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CMPA1H1J050

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60W, 17.3-19.2 GHz, GaN MMIC

Wolfspeed’s CMPA1H1J050F is a 60 W, MMIC HPA utilizing Wolfspeed’s high performance, 0.15um GaN on SiC production process. The CMPA1H1J050F operates from 17.3 – 19.2 GHz and targets both satellite communications and common datalink applications. Under saturation, the CMPA1H1J050F achieves 60 W of typical output with 27 dB of large signal gain and >32% power-added efficiency. At a minimum ACLR level of -30 dBc or better under OQPSK signal modulation, this HPA delivers 25 W of output power with 28 dB of gain and approximately 25% power-added efficiency.

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