Broadband Instrumentation Amplifier Delivers 40 To 535 W

At the heart of most applications is a high-performing amplifier. The MT4100 broadband continuous-wave (CW) amplifier, for example, targets radar, EMC, EW testing, and other wideband applications. Its typical output power ranges from 40 to 535 W. The amplifier is available in models covering 2 to 8 GHz, 6 to 18 GHz, 18 to 27 GHz, and 26.5 to 40 GHz. By leveraging a modular design, this compact TWTA promises to provide extensive diagnostic capability, advanced thermal design, ducted cooling, and quiet operation. In addition, an intuitive front panel should make the unit easy to control. An optional RF input attenuator also is available. This TWTA offers a complete set of serial commands in Ethernet, RS-485, or RS-232.

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MITEQ, 100 Davids Dr., Hauppauge, NY 11788; (631) 436-7400, FAX: (631) 436-7430, Internet: www.miteq.com.

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