VIDEO: API Technologies Amplifier Solutions

by Allison Goss 26. February 2016 13:03

API Technologies’ high performance amplifiers feature standard and custom high frequency, low noise, low phase noise and high linearity amplifiers in a variety of packages including low cost surface mount options. Most amplifiers are customizable withour additional engineering charges.  API's amplifiers are designed to user specifications and ideal for applications such as military communications, radar, commercial aerospace and satellite communications.

 

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VIDEO: API Technologies' Power Amplifiers Product Line

by Allison Goss 5. October 2015 10:23

API Technologies’ wide bandwidth and high efficiency Power Amplifiers operate up to 26 GHz, with output levels from 500mW to 1Kw. Using innovative semiconductor technologies and the latest manufacturing techniques, our full line of high performance power amplifier modules, drivers and subsystems are designed to user specifications and ideal for applications such as military communications, radar, commercial aerospace and broadband jamming.

Learn more at micro.apitech.com/high-power-amplifiers or request a quote.

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5 Advantages of GaN Solid State Pulsed Power Amplifiers Over TWT Amplifiers

by Jaymie Murray 16. March 2015 10:25

Traveling Wave Tube (TWT) amplifier technology has several inherent limitations that are easily overcome by using the kind of state-of-the-art GaN Solid State Pulsed Power Amplifiers designed and manufactured by API Technologies. The benefits of utilizing GaN transistor technology over TWT include longer lifespan, decreased risk associated with infant mortality after long storage periods, and the elimination of multiple single point failure sources. 

 

5 Advantages of GaN Solid State Pulsed Power Amplifiers Over TWT Amplifiers Your website Remove concern about TWT damage at turn-on after extended storage periods Eliminate a system’s finite life due to cathode exhaustion in the TWT To minimize risk of damage after prolonged storage, an 8-24 hour heater burn-in is recommended before cathode voltage is applied to TWT amplifiers. SSPA amps do not have this risk and can be immediately turned on after extended storage periods. Although there are steps that can be taken to extend cathode life, TWTs still have a finite operating lifetime. By using a GaN SSPA instead, cathode exhaustion can be eliminated altogether, significantly extending the system’s operating life.Get distributed final stage health monitoring & early failure warning while maintaining system operational integrity Eliminate multiple single point failure sources in the TWT SSPA uses parallel combined transistors that provide a soft fail configuration. Parallel power sources in the SSPA provide the opportunity to monitor amplifier health at multiple power stages. TWT relies on energy transfer from the electron beam into the RF signal traveling along a helix wire. All components in the tube are potential single point hard failure sources. Your website Improved reliability meets modern Electronic Warfare (EW) system requirements Because GaN SSPAs are more reliable than TWT amps, they can be used in highly complex modern EW systems. micro.apitech.com/pulsed-power-amplifiers

 

Learn more about API's GaN Solid State Pulsed Power Amplifiers or see them in person at Satellite 2015 in Washington DC, booth #2126!

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12 Days of Products: High Frequency Amplifiers

by Jaymie Murray 24. December 2014 08:30

The holidays aren't the only things amped up around here! API designs and develops exceptional High Frequency Microwave Amplifiers for both commercial and defense applications. These state of the art designs start at 4 GHz, with designs reaching 50 GHz. API offers both standard and modified standard designs, with NO NRE CHARGE on most modified designs. Design your own High Frequency Amplifier, consult an engineer, or request a quote

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