New lines of portable bench top RF amplifiers

07 April 2015

Pasternack announces the new lines of portable bench top amplifiers that cover extremely wide frequency bands up to 40GHz.

These rugged RF amplifier modules are designed to meet MIL-STD-202F environmental test conditions for humidity, shock, vibration, altitude and temperature cycle which makes them ideal for use inside high traffic test labs in industries such as aerospace, defense, optical, industrial, telecom and R&D.

           
Pasternack’s latest release of RF amplifiers includes 4 models covering multi-octave bandwidths between one to 40GHz and exhibit flat gain response. The new bench top amplifiers offer up to 60dB small signal gain with high dynamic range, low noise figure of 5dB and output P1dB compression power ranges from +10 dBm to +22 dBm. Additionally, these portable and compact amplifiers have an internal AC voltage power supply of 115-120VAC at 60Hz, an operating temperature range -40 to +85°C and allow a storage temperature of -40 to +100°C. The 20GHz modules use SMA female connectors, while the 40GHz versions utilise 2.92mm connectors.


The new ultra-broadband portable bench top RF amplifiers from Pasternack use a single AC voltage supply with internal voltage regulation, are fuse protected, and are designed with convenient front panel access with an on/off switch and RF input/output connectors. Each unit also comes with a 6 foot power cord. No export license is required for these products.


Tim Galla, Active RF Components Product Manager at Pasternack said this new line of portable bench top amplifiers is a great compliment to the broad and diverse RF amplifier portfolio. These amplifiers also offer designers an ultra-broadband source for small signal gain from one to 40GHz in a small rugged package design, with convenient front panel access for the on/off switch and RF input/output connectors.


Pasternack’s new portable bench top amplifiers are in-stock and available to ship today.


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