1.5 – 31.5 MHz / 2500 Watts
The GCS1D2GYV (SKU 4054) is suitable for HF broadband or band specific high power, CW and pulse Jamming applications. This amplifier utilizes high power push-pull MOSFET devices that provide wide frequency response, high gain, high peak power capability, and low distortions.
Exceptional performance, long-term reliability and high efficiency are achieved by employing advanced broadband RF matching networks and combining techniques, EMI/RFI filters, and all qualified components. The amplifier is constructed of two modular drawers and is housed in an optional rack cabinet.
The main LRU includes the RF power section while the second LRU holds the main power supply and control circuits. The system operates from a three phase power supply and has a built-in control, monitoring and protection functions with forced-air cooling system. Empower RF’s ISO9001 Quality Assurance Program assures consistent performance and the highest reliability
. Solid-state linear design
Suitable for AM, FM, PM modulations (Contact factory for other modulation types)
50 ohm input/output impedance
Built-in control, monitoring and protection functions
High reliability and ruggedness
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