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Triad Designs and Ships GaN ENG Broadcast Amplifier

The new TA1205 is a GaN amplifier that operates at 3000-3600 MHz and offers an output power of up to 10 Watts. It boasts a small form factor and light weight, while keeping a high power output which makes it ideal for ENG Broadcast applications where distance and mobility is key.

More information on the TA1205 can be found here:

TA1205

Triad RF Ships Military Radio Amplifiers to Leading Defense Contractor

Triad has completed another shipment of TTRM1008 amplifiers for use in military radio systems to one of the country’s largest electronics and defense systems providers.

The TTRM1008 operates in the 4400-5000 MHz band and is compatible with nearly all military and commercial radio systems. It offers 25 Watts of peak power for signals such as QPSK/BPSK but is also linear enough to provide 5 Watts of power with more complex modulation schemes such as 64QAM.

More information on the TTRM1008 can be found here: TTRM1008

By |February 23rd, 2017|BDA, News|0 Comments

Leading MIMO Radio Manufacturer Orders with Triad RF Systems

A leading radio manufacturer specializing in world-class MIMO radios has placed another order with Triad RF for the TTRM1078Q. The TTRM1078Q is a Quad-channel Bi-Directional amplifier capable of an output power of 25 Watts per channel and supports any signal type and modulation format used by MIMO radios today. This ensures robust data link distance and high throughput rates which makes it a versatile solution for both military and commercial applications. Triad RF Systems is proud to be a reliable and trusted supplier of amplifier systems for manufacturers at the forefront of today’s modern technologies.

More information about the TTRM1078Q can be found here.

By |January 11th, 2017|BDA, News|0 Comments

Triad RF sees Revenue Increase over 110%

Triad RF Systems reports better than 110% revenue growth for 2014 over 2013. The growth is across all product lines including our linear power amplifiers and bi-directional amplifiers. The increase in sales (more…)

By |January 3rd, 2015|News|0 Comments

Triad RF delivers TA1151 in less than 3 weeks

Triad RF delivers the TA1151 in less than 3 weeks to a digital television broadcast manufacture for a 3 GHz DVB-T system. Utilizing the TA1025 platform, new multi-layer RF boards were designed, then assembled and tested within the 3 week window required by the customer. Over 1W of COFDM is provided by the 5W P1dB amplifier.

Triad RF receives a Dual Bi-directional Frequency Converter development order

Triad RF receives a development order for the TC1000, our Dual Bi-Directional Frequency Converter. The S-Band unit will be implemented in a high performance SATCOM system. The unit‘s high linearity TX an RX chains and low spurious make it ideal for all high data rate signal types and formats. Both bi-directional amplifiers will accept 370 MHz and convert up to 2.4 GHz in TX and convert back down to 370 MHz in RX. Delivery is expected in Q3 of 2014.

Triad RF receives a production order for its custom controller module used to operate the locking mechanisms in a state-of-the-art container system currently deployed in New York City. Triad’s solution utilizes a micro-controller plus custom circuits that provide control through CAT-5 cables or over WiFi communication. This technology is also being implemented in several future products giving customers remote capabilities throughout our product lines. Expansion into other markets including Europe is also in process.

Triad RF receives an order for a Custom Controller Module

Triad RF receives a production order for its custom controller module used to operate the locking mechanisms in a state-of-the-art container system currently deployed in New York City. Triad’s solution utilizes a micro-controller plus custom circuits that provide control through CAT-5 cables or over WiFi communication. This technology is also being implemented in several future products giving customers remote capabilities throughout our product lines. Expansion into other markets including Europe is also in process.

Triad RF will be presenting at The Mid-Atlantic Symposium on Aerospace, Unmanned Systems and Rotorcraft

Triad RF will be presenting at The Mid-Atlantic Symposium on Aerospace, Unmanned Systems and Rotorcraft on April 10th, 2014 at Villanova University Conference Center. Our presentation is titled “Implementing Bi-Directional Amplifiers to Improve Unmanned Vehicle Data Links”. We will review the increase in distance a UAV can travel while maintaining the integrity of the link when bi-directional amplifiers are incorporated in the radio system.

Triad RF develops a 50W S-Band bi-directional TTRM1054

Triad RF develops the TTRM1054, a 50W S-Band bi-directional amplifier operating from 2.3 to 2.7 GHz. The unit uses the latest LDMOS technology and produces over 5 Watts of 802.11G power and over 25 Watts of 802.11B power. The unit has manual switching between TX and RX modes with switching times < 1 usec.

Switching and timing functions are controlled by our complex programmable logic device (CPLD). Other functions such as alarms and LED signals are also controlled by the CPLD. The unit is the same footprint as our other B–Directional amplifiers, measuring 5.3(L) x 3.7(W) x 0.57(H) inches. We are currently filling production orders of the TTRM1054 which are expected to be completed by the end of April, 2014.

Triad RF ships the S-Band duel bi-directional TTRM1078D

Triad RF ships the TTRM1078D, an S-Band DUAL bi-directional amplifier operating from 2.2 to 2.5 GHz. The unit was designed to work with 2 x 2 MIMO radios and extend their coverage area with over 20 dB of TX gain and 10 dB of RX gain. Each amplifier produces 3 Watts of 802.11G power and over 12 Watts of 802.11B power. The unit has manual switching between TX and RX modes with switching times < 1 usec. The unit’s compact size measuring 4.0(L) x 4.2(W) x 0.8(H) inches allows for easy integration with the radio. Production of the TTRM1078D is expected in the second quarter of 2014. Other frequency bands from 400 MHz To 6 GHz will follow throughout 2014.