Broadband Amp Delivers 1W Over 2- to 40-GHz Band

I2R Nanowave releases the INW0240-31 broadband power amplifier module, based on its proprietary Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology. The amplifier delivers over 1W of saturated output power over a 2 GHz to 40 GHz frequency range. It exhibits better than 10-dB harmonic suppression and 15-dB intermodulation product suppression at full power. 

 

The INW0240-31 is a three stage, GaN based high power amplifier suitable for electronic-warfare applications. Available in custom form-factors for integration into varied platforms, the amplifier provides 26 dB of power gain in a compact design. Learn more about the company’s amplifiers on its broadband power amplifier products page.

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