Pasternack Delivers High Power Amplification with GaN Technology

Irvine, CA --- Psternack offers a number of high power broadband amplifiers that can be used across a wide range of applications including electronic warfare, radar, communications, and test and measurement.

The PE15A5033F high power amplifier generates 100W typical saturated output power over a broad frequency range that covers 0.7 to 2.7 GHz. This class A/AB design is unconditionally stable and utilizes highly efficient GaN technology for superior linear performance that supports a variety of input signal formats including CW, AM, FM, PM, and Pulse with power added efficiency (PAE) of 30% typical.

Additional key performance features of this high power amplifier include 45 dB minimum small signal gain, +/- 1.5 dB typical gain flatness @ Psat and an impressive harmonic suppression level of -20 dBc typical. To ensure highly reliable thermal management, the amplifier module incorporates a heatsink and cooling fan that maintains an optimum baseplate temperature of 0°C to +50°C, with automatic shutdown capability at 85°C. The package assembly supports SMA-female RF connectors at the input and output ports and a D-Sub connector with control functions that include +30 Vdc bias, current monitoring and TTL logic blanking. Another primary advantage of this amplifier is its rugged design platform capable of withstanding harsh environmental conditions including humidity, altitude, shock and vibration.

The PE15A5033F high power amplifier is in-stock and ready for immediate shipment. For detailed information on these products, visit https://www.pasternack.com/pages/Featured_Products/pe15a5033f-gan-100w-power-amplifier.htm
 

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