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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

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

Triad Releases 4th Generation GaN Bi-Directional Amplifiers

Triad RF introduces the 4000 Series of Bi-Directional GaN Amplifiers (BDA). The units operate in the Low and High C Bands, Federal C-1 and C-2 bands and the 5.2 & 5.8 GHz ISM bands. State-of-the-art GaN devices, along with complex matching circuits for the driver and final devices, allow the 4000 series to deliver twice the RF linear power while only consuming half to one third of the DC power of our previous generation C-Band BDAs! Various models in module or circuit card formats provide 64 QAM TX output powers of 2W, 5W, 10W, and 20W while maintaining 4.4% EVM.

The size of the 64QAM 10W unit (5.3 x 3.25 x 0.57 inches) is the same as the previous generation, but comes with several new features including the following:
– Transmit Output Power Detector
– Radio Input Power Detector
– Improved Low-Noise Amplifier (LNA), lower noise figure (NF).
– Auto detection mode provides an output signal that states whether the unit is in TX or RX.
– Improved TX and RX indicator circuitry
– Status pin indicating if the unit has exceeded acceptable temperature levels or gone into a failure mode.
– Improved base plate temperature output circuitry
– International Protection Rating = IP66
Transmit gain is 25 dB, while receive gain is 11 dB. These units still have the fastest switching time between TX and RX, less than 1 µsec! RF connectors are SMA Female and the DC connector is a 21 pin micro-Dsub.

The first 4000-Series model, the TTRM4010 has already passed environmental testing for a large defense manufacturer of high speed video and data links. Production is expected to begin Q1 of 2018.

Additional information on this product line can be found here: […]

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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 are key.

More information on the TA1205 can be found here: