Amplifiers Team For 2-To-18-GHz Span

Oct. 22, 2009
Offering a pair of amplifiers for full EW-band applications from 2 to 18 GHz, Keragis Corporation showed AOC visitors its model KHPA-0206 100-W, 2-to-6-GHz amplifier and its model KHPA-0618 100-W, 6-to-18-GHz amplifier. Both rack-mountable units offer ...

Offering a pair of amplifiers for full EW-band applications from 2 to 18 GHz, Keragis Corporation showed AOC visitors its model KHPA-0206 100-W, 2-to-6-GHz amplifier and its model KHPA-0618 100-W, 6-to-18-GHz amplifier. Both rack-mountable units offer 60-dB minimum gain with typical noise figure of 5 dB and input/output VSWR of less than 2.0:1. They can operate under Universal Serial Bus (USB) remote control for switching purposes and are supplied with Type N female connectors.

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