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2.0 – 8.0 GHz, 200 Watts Rated, 250 Watts Typical


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Exodus Advanced Communications AMP2085C Wideband Solid State Amplifier

September 2, 2020 (Las Vegas, Nevada) - Exodus Advanced Communications' AMP2085C is designed for broadband EMI-Lab, EW, Communication and general industry applications. Ultra-broadband frequency range, class A/AB linear design for all modulations & industry test standards. Suitable for pulse and all single channel modulation standards. It covers 2.0 GHz – 8.0 GHz, produces 200 W Minimum, 250 W typical, 100 W P1dB with a minimum gain of 53 dB. Excellent gain flatness, optional monitoring parameters for Forward/Reflected power, VSWR, voltage, current & temperature sensing for superb reliability and ruggedness. Rack-mountable system has a nominal weight of 75 lbs., and dimensions of 19" W x 24" L x 8.75" H.

Exodus AMP2085C Specifications - RF Cafe


  • Class A/AB linear GaN design
  • Rack mounted system
  • Instantaneous wide bandwidth
  • Suitable for broadband EMI/RFI, Lab, Comm., and EW applications
  • Suitable for pulse and all single channel modulation standards
  • Built-in protection circuits
  • High reliability and ruggedness for mobile applications  

About Exodus Advanced Communications

Exodus Advanced Communications is a multinational RF communication equipment and engineering service company serving both commercial and government entities and their affiliates worldwide.

Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, the company utilizes its global network of resources to effectively serve customer requirements.

As a unique original equipment manufacturer of power amplifiers ranging from 500 kHz to 51 GHz with various output power levels and noise figure ranges, we fully support custom designs and manufacturing requirements for both small and large volume levels. We bring decades of combined experience in the RF field for numerous applications including military jamming, communications, radar, EMI/EMC and various commercial projects with all designing and manufacturing of our HPA, MPA, and LNA products in-house.

With our in-house engineering capabilities and fully equipped manufacturing facilities, Exodus Advanced Communications is committed to provide the best in RF products with industry leading quality and lead time.


Contact Info

Mike Yantz
Exodus Advanced Communications
3674 E. Sunset Road, Suite 100
Las Vegas, Nevada  89120 USA
Tel :  1-702-534-6564
E-Mail:  sales@exoduscomm.com
Web:  www.exoduscomm.com



Posted September 3, 2020

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