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CMPA5259080S

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High power C-band MMIC for pulsed radar operation.

The CMPA5259080S is a high power; two-stage MMIC housed in a QFN package. Operating at 40V and at 25°C case temperature the device achieves over 100W of pulsed output power. The device is designed primarily for use as an output stage for highly integrated AESA radar type architecture with exceptional power capability. In addition; the high gain makes it suitable as a drive stage for a multi-device line-up using the Wolfspeed high power IMFETs as the final stage. The device is designed to operate under long pulse conditions up to 500uS at 10% duty cycle.

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CMPA5259080S
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GaN on SiC
5.2 GHz
5.9 GHz
80 W
22 dB
44%
40 V
Packaged MMIC
Surface Mount
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  • High power; pulsed operation; Surface mount package
  • Benefits
  • High gain; ease of assembly.
  • Applications
  • AESA radar; High power driver.
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