We put two of our state of the art Class A CW amplifiers in a single chassis to address your needs and provide an easy to use amplifier system. With AR's Dual Band Amplifiers, you have freedom like never before.
The Dual-Band Amplifiers combine two amplifiers in one package, enabling you to cover a wider frequency with one dual-band amp that costs less, weighs less and requires less space than two solid state individual amplifiers.
Our Dual-Band amplifiers are Mismatch Tolerant, providing 100% of rated power without foldback. These amplifiers can be used for EMC, EW and other applications because they are linear and extremely load tolerant. They will operate without damage or oscillation with any magnitude and phase of source and load impedance.
All our Amplifiers have modulation capability that will faithfully reproduce AM, FM or Pulse Modulation appearing on the input signal. The AM peak envelope power is limited to specified power.
These dual band units supply you with up to 60 watts in the first 0.7-6 GHz band split and up to 40 watts output power in the 6-18 GHz split. A few of the applications benefiting from these models include immunity testing, EW, calibration, R&D, and material testing.
These versatile dual-band amplifiers also have the flexibility to be upgraded to higher power levels for each specific frequency range.
Applications specific dual band amplifiers that are ready for the job! With AR’s state-of-the-art design capabilities, these dual band amplifiers will help the user be more productive while watching the bottom line. Capabilities allow us to combine the best of our single band amplifiers to exceed requirements of standards such as near-field immunity, IEC EN61000, and Mil-Std 461 CS114 Navy.
15/20S1G18B :: 15/20 watts, 0.7 GHz-18 GHz
15/40S1G18A :: 15/40 watts, 0.7 GHz-18 GHz
30/20S1G18B :: 30/20 Watt CW, 0.7 - 18 GHz
30/40S1G18B :: 30/40 watts, 0.7 GHz-18 GHz
60/20S1G18B :: 60/20 Watt CW, 0.7 - 18 GHz
60/40S1G18B :: 60/40 Watt CW, 0.7 - 18 GHz
150/150AW1000 :: 150/150 Watt CW, 10kHz - 1000 MHz