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Triad RF Systems TA-1264 High-Power Amplifier Helps Improve Counter
September 15, 2020: - East Brunswick, NJ - Triad RF Systems.
In reaction to the need for better enabled Counter-UAS (CUAS) systems, Triad
RF has recently added to their family of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) wideband
high power amplifiers. The new
TA1264 model weighs in at just 16 ounces, measures under 4"
square and under 1" in height, and operates across the broad frequency range of
300 MHz to 6 GHz while delivering high power density, and optimal linearity
and efficiency. The TA1264 is ideal for critical electronic warfare system applications,
from simple CW/FM signals to highly modulated carriers such as 64 and 256QAM for
software defined radios (SDRs), and general-purpose RF/microwave amplification.
As a family, Triad RF's line of wideband high power amplifiers are available
with internal wide input range (12-28 VDC) DC-DC conversion sections, which
simplify system designs by eliminating the need for external DC converters to power
the amplifier. Greater overall efficiency is achieved, as the internal converter
is designed and matched for peak efficiency at the amplifier's operating current
These RF/microwave amplifiers also provide advanced built-in PA monitoring and
control sections that are directed by microprocessor, FPGA, CPLD, or a combination
of these devices. Functions include temperature output, DC monitoring to the device
level, and power control across various frequencies.
Learn more about the
About Triad RF System
Based in East Brunswick, New Jersey, Triad RF Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures
innovative RF/Microwave amplifiers and integrated radio systems for challenging
environments. Products include power amplifiers, bi-directional amplifiers, rack
mount systems, microwave radios, and custom multi-function assemblies.
Triad RF Systems
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Posted September 15, 2020