For automotive and military EMC radiated immunity susceptibility testing, as well as radar and communication applications, there is now a very attractive alternative to Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers (TWTA’s).
AR’s new offerings include various frequency ranges and output power levels to meet several standards, or designs can be tailored to suit your specific application. These amplifiers feature a touchscreen control panel, GPIB interface, TTL gating, fault monitoring, and forced air cooling.
|2000SP1G2||2000 Watts Pulse, 1 - 2 GHz||login|
|4000SP1G2||4000 Watts Pulse, 1 - 2 GHz||login|
|8000SP1G2||8000 Watts Pulse, 1 - 2 GHz||login|
|4000SP1z2G1z4||4000 Watts Pulse, 1.2 - 1.4 GHz||login|
|8000SP1z2G1z4||8000 Watts Pulse, 1.2 - 1.4 GHz||login|
|10000SP2G4||10000 Watts Pulse, 2 - 4 GHz||login|
|1000SP2z7G3z1||1000 Watts Pulse, 2.7 - 3.1 GHz||login|
|2000SP2z7G3z1||2000 Watts Pulse, 2.7 - 3.1 GHz||login|
To properly measure the output of a pulsed amplifier, it is necessary to use peak power sensing, rather than average power sensing. AR sets the standard with the introduction of its fast RF power measuring PSP series wideband USB pulse power sensors.