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15 August 2014

API launches high-reliability customizable 2-20GHz broadband amplifier

API Technologies Corp of Orlando, FL, USA, a designer and manufacturer of systems, subsystems, modules and components for RF, microwave, millimeter-wave, electromagnetic, power and security applications, has added the model BXHF1084 multi-octave broadband amplifier to its growing family of standard and configurable RF/microwave products. With its high-frequency capabilities and what is reckoned to be one of the industry’s smallest footprints, the amplifier offers OEMs competitive advantage and faster time to market, it is claimed.

API’s Model BXHF1084 2-20GHz broadband amplifier. Picture: API’s Model BXHF1084 2-20GHz broadband amplifier.

Providing S-, C-, X- and Ku-band operation in a single amplifier module, the BXHF1084’s compact size, laser-welded housing and high-gain design (26dB typical) make it suitable for commercial and military applications including VSAT, SATCON, point-to-point, multi-point, radar, and communications.

The broadband amplifier has an internal voltage regulator (allowing use with a wide range of available power supplies) and a small form factor (minimizing volume, allowing improved design flexibility in next-level assembly). Additionally, the amplifier offers a single positive bias, eliminating the need for negative rail or special power-up sequencing.

The BXHF1084 is configurable without additional engineering charges. The product is RoHS-compliant and available worldwide.

“This new broadband amplifier fills an industry need for rugged, high-performance amplifiers designed specifically for high-frequency applications,” says Walter Witt, API’s product line manager, RF/Microwave & Microelectronics (RF2M US).

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