100 W RF amplifier designed for jamming applications

100 W RF amplifier designed for jamming applications

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Designed to boost the power of jamming units, the 8813 provides 55 dB of gain across the frequency range, with minimum saturated output power (P_Sat) of 100 W and minimal harmonics (-8 dBc typical) or spurious signals (-80 dBc typical). Built on Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology, the 8813 provides excellent power density and overall efficiency, with improved thermal transfer.

Of particular interest in military jamming applications, the 8813 covers the 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and other mobile data communications standards, suiting it to use in jamming detonation signals to the improvised explosive devices that threaten military troops and convoys around the world, as well as terrorist attacks on civilian infrastructure and high profile events.

Rugged and reliable, the 8813 operates in temperatures from -40 to +80°C, suiting it for use in the most demanding environments. The highly compact amplifier measures just 188 x 91 x 21 mm for easy installation in even the smallest of spaces, and weighs just 800 g. The 8813 operates off a standard 28 VDC power supply.

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