Frequency: 0 GHz - 8 GHz
... , wideband, high linearity amplifier that operates from 0.4 GHz to 7.5 GHz. The ADL8104 provides a typical gain of 15 dB at 0.6 GHz to 6 GHz, a 3.5 dB typical noise figure at 0.4 GHz to 6 GHz, a 20 dBm typical output ...
Voltage: 5 V
Current: 53 mA
Frequency: 2 GHz - 28 GHz
... integrated circuit (MMIC), low noise amplifier that operates between 2 GHz and 28 GHz. The amplifier provides 15.5 dB of gain, 2.5 dB noise figure, 26 dBm output third-order intercept (OIP3), and 20 dBm ...
Voltage: 1.7 V - 5.25 V
Current: 0.01 mA
Frequency: 2 GHz
... LTC2068 are single, dual, and quad low power, zero-drift, 100kHz amplifiers. The LTC2066/LTC2067/LTC2068 enable high resolution measurement at extremely low power levels. Typical supply ...
Voltage: 2.5 V - 6 V
Power: 3, 2 W
Frequency: 160, 435, 915 MHz
An RF power amplifier (RF PA) is a key part of any RF transmitter line up with size, efficiency and overall performance being important factors. The CMX901 is a three stage high-gain and high efficiency ...
Voltage: 4, 3.3 V
Power: 3, 2 W
Frequency: 160, 435 MHz
... CMX902 is a three stage high-gain and high efficiency RF power amplifier. The device is ideally suited for use in VHF and UHF frequency bands up to 700MHz. The first and second stages of the amplifier ...
The F-4014 Series Diaphragm Amplifier is small in size with a fast response and snap-action. Diaphragm Amplifiers are extremely suitable for giving pneumatic signals to air-steered valves and for powering ...
Voltage: 0 V - 10 V
Current: 0 mA - 20 mA
... Z-PC-DIN2-17.5, and Z-PC-DIN8-17.5 are mandatory accessories for ModBUS configurations. TECHNICAL DATA POWER SUPPLY10..40 Vdc, 19..28 Vac (@50..60 Hz) POWER CONSUMPTION2,5 W INSULATION1.500 Vac ...
Power: 1 W
Heat Sinks with and without Cooling Fans Model Specific and General Configurations AC and DC Power Supply Options and Control Cable Interfaces Amplifier Mating Control Connector Interfaces Thermal Gaskets Included
Frequency: 0 Hz - 10,000 Hz
... to 85C Moisture - Maximum 90%R.H. Frequency Characteristics Frequency Range (Hz) - DC input 0 to15kHz±0.5dB;AC input 20 to 50kHz±1dB Full power 5-10kHz, half power 0-50kHz PROTECT Current ...
Voltage: 30 V - 420 V
Current: 2 mA - 20 mA
HV-LN Series Low Noise Power Amplifier Description The Model LN power amplifiers offer extended output power, voltage capabilities, low distortion, ...
Voltage: 45 V - 405 V
Current: 2 A - 20 A
... Model LN power amplifiers offer extended output power, voltage capabilities, low distortion, versatility and the latest BJT power in the operational amplifier ...
Voltage: 12 V
Current: 1 A
The Newtons 4th Ltd LPA range of power amplifiers are used in various industry and laboratory operations because they are extremely strong and reliable. They were originally designed for the use with ...
Voltage: 3.6, 8 V
Current: 75, 150 mA
... boost, could be current or voltage. LPA power amplifiers can combine DC accuracy with wide bandwidth to deliver complex waveforms making the loads capacitive, inductive or resistive. ...
Voltage: 80, 36, 40 V
Current: 3, 5 A
... or current is needed. The DC accuracy is combined with the wide bandwidth so as to perfectly reproduce complex waveforms, driving loads which may be capacitive, inductive or resistive. Additionally, as an option ...
Voltage: 15 V
Current: 31, 29, 71, 56 mA
Frequency: 5 MHz - 1,000 MHz
... wideband, 5 to 1000 MHz • hermetic, TO-8 can Applications • military, hi-rel applications • small signal amplifier • buffer amplifier • printed circuit design • VHF/UHF • cellular
Voltage: 110 V - 220 V
Power: 25 W
Frequency: 20 MHz - 6,000 MHz
... -25W-272+ is a high power, rack mount amplifier with a built-in AC power supply which can be used for a wide variety of laboratory testing applications. This rugged amplifier ...
Voltage: 0 V - 7 V
Current: 0 A - 60 A
Power: 1 kVA
... Time Simulation Amplifier PAC60Bi PA series amplifier is specially designed for RTDS (Real Time Dynamic Simulation) application which requires high power output and high accuracy for ...
Voltage: 100, 50, 70 V
Power: 120 W
Frequency: 10, 10 Hz
Power amplifier (Booster), Rated power output: 120W, Tones control: 1. Bass tones: ±10dB (100Hz) 2. Treble tones: ±10dB (10kHz). Frequency response: 30÷20,000Hz (-3dB), Sensitivity: 1250mV, ...
Voltage: 50, 70, 100 V
Power: 240 W
Frequency: 100, 10 Hz
Power Amplifier (booster). Rated power output: 240W, Constant voltage outputs: 50-70-100V, Tones control: 1. Bass tones: ±10dB (100Hz) 2. Treble tones: ±10dB (10kHz), Sensitivity: 1250mV. ...
Power: 500, 300 W
Frequency: 15 Hz - 20,000 Hz
power amplifier Main Features ●It has high efficiency and energy saving that is unmatched by traditional analog power amplifiers. ●Long life, under the combined ...
Power: 5 W
Frequency: 20 Hz - 5,000 Hz
... compact and efficient amplifier with a 5 VA power output. Used to drive permanent magnet shakers and small shakers with force ratings up to 5.12 kN (1150 lbf) for laboratory and modal testing applications. Featuring ...
... solid-state power amplifier for the Ku band with a peak power of 400 W. It features top notch efficiency in an extremely compact design. The powerful optional adaptive linearization improves ...
Power: 8, 5, 6, 7 W
Frequency: 5, 1, 10 kHz
High-Energy, Industrial One-Box Ultrafast Amplifiers • Unsurpassed operating stability and stable operation over a 10°C temperature range • Patented Ace regenerative amplifier cavity design • Configurable ...
... the proven leader in developing and consistently improving high power amplifier systems is leveraged together with advanced, stress-testing techniques developed for the production of our commercial lasers ...
Medium Power Amplifiers Critical features and cost-savings for wireless communications. Our range of medium power MMICs enable eMetering and basestation applications. These ICs are tunable ...
Voltage: 2.7 V - 12 V
Current: 500 A - 850 A
Frequency: 500 kHz
... typical supply current at 5V Device Overview Summary LMC7101 is a 500kHz gain bandwidth amplifier designed to operate from 2.7V to 12V single-ended power supplies with guaranteed performance at ...
Power: 3 W - 49 W
... channel power amplifier ICs fabricated using a 0.13μm process with the industry's lowest-in-class on-resistance provide high reliability. Toshiba is expanding its portfolio of Class-TB power ...
... noise amplifiers, intermediate frequency amplifiers, driver amplifiers and differential amplifiers. These remarkable devices have the unique capability that provides ...
Voltage: 1.6 V - 6.5 V
... and TLV704x offer an excellent combination of speed and power, with a propagation delay of 3 µs and a quiescent supply current of 315 nA. The benefit of fast response time at nanoPower enables power-conscious ...
Voltage: 4 V - 28 V
Current: 1 A
ST power op-amps feature low drop, high gain and high output current, making them suitable for a broad range of applications. Ideal for driving inductive loads (such as motors and lamps) and for automotive applications. ...
Power: 10 W
Frequency: 100 MHz
Fs730/5 Series Distribution Amplifier are utilized to circulate broadband (DC-100 MHz) analog signals in excess of 75 Ω coax. The info and yield are dc coupled with a 75 Ω impedance. ...
Frequency: 150 MHz - 220 MHz
Field-proven in the US and overseas for years, the MDS Power Amplifier family provides robust transmit signal amplification for the 150 and 220 MHz bands. 900 MHz model availability is pending FCC approval. Key ...
Current: 52 mA
•Mobile power amplifier •AC/DC 4-quadrant amplifier •DC to 20 kHz •Output current max. 52 A ±100 V •Extensive service functions •Intergrated in 19? mobile cabinet Applications Specially ...
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A power amplifier delivers a signal to a low-impedance load. This input may be a high-current or a medium or high-voltage signal.
Radio frequency amplifiers are common in RF communications to ensure that the antenna transmits at the desired power level. Audio amplifiers are also widely used. There are also electrotechnical power amplifiers which control high-current loads.
Power amplifiers can take the form of anything from small integrated circuits of several watts to cupboard-sized units of several kilowatts. Amplifiers vary according to operating type and whether signal integrity or output is the favored parameter. There are also different systems of heat dissipation.
How to choose
Choice will depend on specific use, frequency range, power, current and maximum output voltage.
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