Design 4-W MMIC PAs for Ka-Band Applications (.PDF Download)

Sept. 1, 2015

Ka-band activity is on the rise, for both military radar systems and commercial point-to-point communications systems, thus driving the need for compact, efficient power amplifiers (PAs) to boost signals within those systems at Ka-band frequencies (26.5 to 40.0 GHz).1 Potential applications include television and broadband data services, commercial airborne communications, and military payloads...

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