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Amplifier Technology Press Release - August 30, 2011

Amplifier Technology to Show a New Range of Compact, High Power
Broadband Pallet Amplifiers at the DSEi Exhibition in London Click to visit the Amplifier Technology website


Bristol, UK, 30th August 2011 - RF design specialist Amplifier Technology Ltd has developed a new range of compact broadband pallet amplifiers which are to be shown for the first time at DSEi in September 2011.
 
The new pallet amplifiers use GaN technology, and there are three models covering different frequency bands.
 
The 9001 model is a power pallet amplifier that delivers a minimum saturated output power (P_Sat) of 100 watts over the frequency range 20-500 MHz.
 
The 9004 amplifier is similar, also delivering 100 watts, operating in the 0.8 GHz -1.0 GHz frequency bands. The third model, the 9005, gives 100watts saturated output power and operates at frequencies from 1.7 GHz- 2.2 GHz.
 
All three amplifiers feature a shut-down pin to allow the RF output to be disabled.
 
These pallet amplifiers are made to a compact design for OEM use, and measure just 160mm x 100mm.
 
9001 model is a power pallet amplifierAmplifier Technology Ltd designs RF power amplifiers at its manufacturing site near Bristol, using the latest software design tools to achieve greater performance and efficiency for GaN amplifiers.
 
The company provides RF design services as well as manufacturing, with clean room and LEAN manufacturing, and can manufacture components to customer designs as well as providing testing facilities.
 
The company is now offering new technical resources for electronic engineers and systems designers at its new website, please see:
www.amplifiertechnology.com.
 
Distributors and OEMs should visit www.amplifiertechnology.com for more details or call +44 (0) 8700 869 941 for more details.
 
About Amplifier Technology
 
Amplifier Technology, based near Bristol, is a specialist amplifier design company, and was one of the first to offer a range of highly efficient GaN amplifiers. The company offers a wide range of off-the-shelf models and a bespoke design service to develop RF components for non-standard requirements. The company can create products with core capability of DC-40 GHz and higher, and high frequency synthesisers.
 
Amplifier Technology has delivered a number of large programmes for military and commercial customers. Please see the company's website at www.amplifiertechnology.com for more details.
 
Contacts:
Simon Taylor
Director
Amplifier Technology Ltd
Unit 5, Easter Court
Westerleigh Business Park
Yate, Bristol BS37 5YS
+44 (0) 8700 869 941
www.amplifiertechnology.com




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