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Teledyne e2v HiRel Releases New Line of 10 GHz Gain Blocks for X-Band

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Customers can now access a standard amplifier solution covering L-band through X-band, simplifying the component procurement process for space and defense flight applications.

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Teledyne e2v 10 GHz RF Gain Blocks

Features

  • Reliable low-cost InGaP HBT design
  • Extremely broadband (optimized for low parasitic reactances)
  • Excellent gain flatness and high P1dB
  • Single-power supply operation
  • 50 Ω input/output matched  

Milpitas, CA - May 12, 2020 – Teledyne e2v HiRel, part of the Teledyne Defense Electronics Group, today announced a new family of 10 GHz RF Gain Blocks using space-qualified InGaP amplifier technology.

Spearheaded by an 18.4 dB gain model, this new group of Gain Blocks, TDGB010, is based on an indium gallium phosphide (InGaP) technology suitable for both space and, optionally, defense applications. It achieves this through its ceramic packaging and space qualification.

Teledyne e2v HiRel customers now have a standard amplifier solution that stretches from L-band through X-band. Since a standardized amplifier solution reduces the number of new qualified components that flight programs typically require, it greatly simplifies the procurement process for components. The X-band Gain Blocks are available in configurations of 13.6, 16.5 and 18.4 dB which enable RF design engineers to more precisely configure the signal gain.

The TDGB010 50-ohm Gain Block incorporates proprietary Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) design techniques and also utilizes a mature and reliable heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) InGaP process. With space-flight heritage, the process has shown to be radiation tolerant to 100 krad, making it an ideal choice for satellites and other high-altitude applications. For more information, please visit the RF Solutions webpage on the Teledyne e2v HiRel website.

"Our ongoing expansion of RF offerings is designed to help our customers produce high-reliability signal chains for the most demanding defense and space environments," said Mont Taylor, Vice President of Business Development. "Our new gain blocks offer excellent gain flatness and high P1dB."

Teledyne e2v's Hi-Rel X-band Gain Blocks family is available now and is packaged in a 2-lead, ultra-small, hermetic, gullwing package. Both the wafer process technology and the package have space flight heritage.

 

About Teledyne e2v HiRel

Teledyne e2v innovations lead developments in space, transportation, defense, and industrial markets. Teledyne e2v's unique approach involves listening to the market and to the application challenges of customers and partnering with our customers to provide innovative standard, semi-custom or fully custom solutions, bringing increased value to their systems. www.tdehirel.com

About Teledyne Defense Electronics

 Serving Defense, Space and Commercial sectors worldwide, Teledyne Defense Electronics offers a comprehensive portfolio of highly engineered solutions that meet your most demanding requirements in the harshest environments. Manufacturing both custom and off-the-shelf product offerings, our diverse product lines meet emerging needs for key applications for avionics, energetics, electronic warfare, missiles, radar, satcom, space, and test and measurement .

 

Contact Info:

Darrek Porter

Director of Marketing

Teledyne Microwave Solutions

Office: (404)-368-9714

Mobile:  (404)-394-1347

Web: www.teledyne.com

E-mail: darrek.porter@teledyne.com

 

 

Posted February 20, 2020

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