GaN-based power amplifiers for EW, jammers, and RCIED countermeasures introduced by API

ORLANDO, Fla., 29 April 2013. API Technologies Corp. in Orlando, Fla., is introducing a line of gallium nitride (GaN)-based power amplifiers for electronic warfare, radio-controlled improvised explosive device (RCIED) countermeasures, and national security jammer applications.

GaN-based power amplifiers for EW, jammers, and RCIED countermeasures introduced by API
GaN-based power amplifiers for EW, jammers, and RCIED countermeasures introduced by API

ORLANDO, Fla., 29 April 2013. API Technologies Corp. in Orlando, Fla., is introducing a line of gallium nitride (GaN)-based power amplifiers for electronic warfare (EW), radio-controlled improvised explosive device (RCIED) countermeasures, and national security jammer applications.

The new line of GaN power amplifiers are for applications where the use of rugged and reliable power amplifier designs is mission critical, company officials say.

API currently offers Class A, AB, and C power amplifier designs to 500 Watts from 100 kHz to 6000 MHz. Recent developments also include higher power 1 kilowatt pulsed applications through X-band.

For more information contact API Technologies online at www.apitech.com.

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