Amplifier Technology Press Release - December 6, 2011
New from Amplifier Technology - the 9003 High Power
Broadband Pallet Amplifier for 2.5 – 6.0 GHz
Bristol, UK, 6th Dec 2011 - Amplifier Technology Ltd, a UK-based company specialising in the design of RF and
microwave power amplifiers, has announced a new amplifier, the 9003 model, which is a broadband pallet amplifier
for Electronic Counter Measures, providing a minimum of 50W saturated output power over the frequency range 2.5 to
The 9003 is a pallet amplifier based on GaN HEMT devices, built with a small footprint which
measures just 160mm by 100mm. The 9003 offers a useful combination of high efficiency (25%typ.) and good
This amplifier has been designed for vehicle-mounted applications or airborne use up to a
height of 12,000 metres.
Amplifier Technology supplies this as a pallet, with the option of adding connectors if the customer requires.
Distributors and OEMs should visit
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
for more details.
Amplifier Technology Ltd
Unit 5, Easter Court
Westerleigh Business Park
Yate, Bristol BS37
+44 (0) 8700 869 941
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