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Triad Introduces New Low-SWaP S-Band Bi-Directional Amplifier

Triad introduces the TTRM2002, an S-Band Bi-Directional power amplifier that operates from 2200 – 2500 MHz, and offers up to 10 Watts of output power.

One of the smallest devices of its kind, the TTRM2002 measures only 2.3 x 2.3 x 0.45 inches and weighs only 2 ounces, making it ideal for applications where lower SWaP and portability are critical.

Along with its small size, the TTRM2002 also draws a very conservative 1.16 A of current at 28V while providing over 10 Watts of BPSK OFDM power, or 0.65A at 28V with 2W of 64 QAM OFDM power.

More information on the TTRM2002 can be found here: TTRM2002

February 20th, 2019|BDA, News|

Triad RF Systems Displays Space Flight Heritage with S-Band CubeSat Amplifier

Triad RF Systems has received confirmation of the successful field operation of the TA1109, which is currently aboard CubeSat chassis flying in Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

The TA1109 operates from 2000 to 2500 MHz and provides 4 Watts of output power, ensuring proper and consistent communication at distances in excess of 2000 km or 1200 miles. Weighing less than an ounce and smaller than a credit card, the TA1109 is ideal for even the smallest CubeSat systems. This amplifier uses a circuit card form factor, making it easily integrated into a wide array of custom CubeSat communication systems.

For more information on the TA1109 or to inquire about pricing and delivery, please visit the product page here: TA1109

January 2nd, 2019|News|
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    Triad Ships S-Band to X-Band Frequency Translating CubeSat/NanoSat Amplifier

Triad Ships S-Band to X-Band Frequency Translating CubeSat/NanoSat Amplifier

The TFTA1003 is a small form factor, lightweight circuit card amplifier that has been designed to be integrated into existing CubeSat and NanoSat satellite systems.

Up-converting from S-Band in order to communicate with existing X-Band Systems, the TFTA1003 can be easily integrated into existing systems with minimal equipment changes. This amplifier also offers up to 4W of output power to ensure proper communication while operating in Low Earth orbit (LEO).

Smaller than a credit card and weighing in at less than a half an ounce, the TFTA1003 is perfect for applications where small size and light weight is critical.

With a voltage input range of +10 to +14 VDC, the TFTA1003 is versatile enough to operate on a range of available voltage buses typically found on a CubeSat chassis.

More information on this amplifier can be found here: TFTA1003

December 11th, 2018|PA|
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    New High-Efficiency Wide Band BDA Featuring Full Band Automatic Tx/Rx Switching

New High-Efficiency Wide Band BDA Featuring Full Band Automatic Tx/Rx Switching

Triad introduces the TTRM1210, a wideband GaN BDA that operates from 30 MHz to 2700 MHz, and produces over 8W of peak Tx power. One of the smallest BDAs in the industry measuring only 3.25 x 2.12 x 0.53 inches, this feature rich BDA is also one of the most efficient. While producing 8W of RF power, it only consumes 24W of DC power. It also produces over 2W of linear 16 QAM power with < 9% EVM. This BDA's small size and high efficiency make it ideal for SWaP friendly commercial and military software defined radio (SDR) applications. In order to be compatible with a wide variety of existing platforms, the TTRM1210 offers the option of Automatic Tx/Rx switching across its entire operating frequency band, as well as a wide DC input range of +11 to +28 VDC. Regardless of the selected option, switching between Tx and Rx takes less than 1 µsec. Additionally, base plate temperature can be monitored via an analog temperature sensor output pin on the DC/Control connector. Additional information on this BDA can be found here: TTRM1210

December 5th, 2018|BDA|

Triad Designs and Ships 4 Watt UHF CubeSat/NanoSat Amplifier

The TA1120 is a small form factor, lightweight circuit card amplifier that has been designed to be integrated into existing CubeSat and NanoSat satellite systems.

Operating from 380 to 470 MHz, the TA1120 is compatible with most UHF transmitters. This amplifier also offers up to 4W of output power to ensure proper communication while operating in Low Earth orbit (LEO).

Weighing in at less than a half an ounce and smaller than a credit card, the TA1120 is perfect for applications where small size and light weight is critical.

With a voltage input range of +9 to +14 VDC, the TA1120 is versatile enough to operate on a range of available voltage buses typically found on a CubeSat chassis.

Additional information on this amplifier can be found here: TA1120

November 20th, 2018|PA|
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    Triad Introduces New High Efficiency C-Band 2×2 MIMO Rugged BDA

Triad Introduces New High Efficiency C-Band 2×2 MIMO Rugged BDA

Triad RF introduces the TTRM4005DR, a 25W 2×2 MIMO Bi-Directional Amplifier, which operates from 4400 – 5000 MHz.

State-of-the-art GaN devices, along with complex matching circuits for the driver and final devices, allow the TTRM4005DR to deliver 5 Watts of OFDM output power per channel, while maintaining an EVM of 4.4%. 

Featuring an integrated heatsink and an IP67 rated DC/Control circular connector, the TTRM4005DR has been built to survive in all harsh environments.   The unit has been designed in the same manner as our other military products that have successfully passed the rigorous tests of MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-961

The TTRM4005D comes with several new features including the following:
Transmit Output Power Detector
Radio Input Power Detector
Status pin states if the unit has exceeded acceptable temperature levels or gone into a failure mode
Improved base plate temperature output circuitry
Production quantities have already begun shipping to several domestic and international customers of high speed video and data links

Additional information on this product can be found here:

Triad RF Systems TTRM4005DR

September 3rd, 2018|BDA, News|

Triad Ships 50 Watt Low-SWaP L-Band Power Amplifier

The all new TA1017 is a 50 Watt, L and S band power amplifier that offers impressive power in a small and lightweight package, making it ideal for, but not limited to DBV-T applications.

The TA1017 is also an excellent choice for LTE, WiFi, and any other L or S band application where small size and high output power are essential.

Please see the TA1017 web page for more information:

Triad RF Systems TA1017

August 8th, 2018|HPAs, News, PA|

Triad Ships 10W Peak C-Band Rugged Amplifier

The TA4002R is a 10 Watt peak C-Band ruggedized power amplifier, housed in a compact but durable IP67 rated enclosure. This makes the TA4002R ideal for many outdoor applications, such as mast or tower mount locations, as well as on an aircraft. The TA4002R also draws a very conservative 1.2 A of current at 12V while providing over 2 Watts of OFDM power.

More information on the TA4002R can be found here.

July 17th, 2018|HPAs, PA|

Triad Continues Production of 50 Watt High-Efficiency C-Band GaN Amplifier

Triad RF introduces another state-of-the-art GaN amplifier, the TA1203. The unit operates from 4.4 GHz to 5.0 GHz, has 44 dB of gain, and produces over 50W PSat! DC input voltage can vary from +10 to +14 V and only draws 8 A at peak power. This results in a powerful amplifier that is 47% efficient. The module measures 6.1 x 3.3 x 0.8 inches and is in stock.

More information here: TA1203

April 10th, 2018|HPAs, PA|

Triad Ships New GaN Wideband Bi-Directional Amplifier

Triad has released the TTRM1200, a wideband GaN BDA that operates from 30 MHz to 2700 MHz and produces over 8W of TX power. One of our smallest BDAs measuring only 3.25 x 2.42 x 0.54 inches, this feature rich BDA is also one of the most efficient. While producing 8W of RF power, it only consumes 24W of DC power. It also produces over 2W of linear 16 QAM power with < 9% EVM. In order to operate on various existing platforms, the unit features a wide DC input range of +12 to +30 VDC. Switching between TX and RX takes less than 1 µsec and can be performed manually. Additionally, base plate temperature can be monitored via an analog temperature sensor. More information on the TTRM1200 can be found here: TTRM1200

March 20th, 2018|BDA, News|