RF Power Modules Simplify Radar Amp Design

Integra Technologies launches a line of over a dozen standardized RF power modules. The ultra-efficient modules offer a new level of integration, which results in powerful yet simple, higher-level building blocks for creating SWaP-C optimized high power amplifiers (HPAs) found in pulsed and CW radar systems.

 

Built-in functions can include RF matching, gate-pulsing and sequencing (GPS), output noise suppression, temperature compensation, and VSWR protection. Integra’s RF power modules are available in a variety of RF bands, and future standard and semi-custom solutions will be built around Integra’s commitment to push their advanced gallium nitride on silicon carbide (GaN-on-SiC) 50-ohm RF Power Transistor technology up to X-band territories. Standard RF Power Modules currently offer output power up to 2400 W, and efficiencies up to 70%. Unique footprints and packaging approaches are available. Learn more on the RF Power Module data page.

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