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CMPA9396025

Wolfspeed CMPA9396025S for X-Band Radar
25 W; 9.3 - 9.6 GHz GaN MMIC Power Amplifier

Wolfspeed’s CMPA9396025S is a GaN MMIC designed specifically from 9.3-9.6GHz to be compact and provide high-efficiency; which makes it ideal for marine radar amplifier applications. The MMIC delivers 25W at 100usec pulse width and 10% duty cycle. The 50-ohm; 3-stage MMIC is available in a plastic surface-mount package.

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GaN on SiC
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35 W
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CMPA9396025S
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GaN on SiC
9 GHz
10 GHz
35 W
27 dB
45%
40 V
Packaged MMIC
Plastic
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  • 9.0 – 10.0 GHz Operation
  • 30 W Typical Output Power
  • 27 db Power Gain
  • 50-ohm Matched for Ease of Use
  • Plastic Surface-mount Package; 6 x 6 mm QFN
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  • Marine Radar
  • Military Radar
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