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CMPA801B030

CMPA801B030

30 W; 8.0 - 11.0 GHz; GaN MMIC; Power Amplifier

Wolfspeed’s CMPA801B030 family of X-band MMIC amplifiers operate over the 7.9 – 11 GHz frequency range supporting satellite communications along with both civil and defense-related radar applications. Generating 40W of typical output power; with >20dB of large-signal gain and 40% power-added efficiency; this product family offers high performance across various platforms providing the user flexibility to integrate the right product into their system architecture.

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CMPA801B030F-AMP
Yes
GaN on SiC
8 GHz
11 GHz
30 W
16 dB
NA
28 V
Evaluation Board
Flange
CMPA801B030S
Yes
GaN on SiC
7.9 GHz
11 GHz
40 W
27 dB
40%
28 V
Packaged MMIC
Plastic
CMPA801B030D1
Yes
GaN on SiC
8 GHz
11 GHz
40 W
28 dB
42%
28 V
MMIC Bare Die
Die
CMPA801B030F
No
GaN on SiC
8 GHz
11 GHz
30 W
16 dB
36%
28 V
Packaged MMIC
Flange
CMPA801B030F1
Yes
GaN on SiC
8 GHz
12 GHz
35 W
19 dB
36%
28 V
Packaged MMIC
Flange
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  • 40 W Typical PSAT
  • Operation up to 28 V
  • High Breakdown Voltage
  • High Temperature Operation
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  • Point to Point Radio
  • Communications
  • Test Instrumentation
  • EMC Amplifiers
  • Radar
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Improving Pulse Fidelity in RF Power Amplifiers

A radar system designer’s most coveted objectives are achieving a long range, adequate resolution to distinguish objects in close proximity to each other, and the ability to not only determine target velocities but target types in order to help differentiate friendlies from adversaries.A combination of both approaches is essential, and engineers can design for peak power points of the load-pull simulation while also paying attention to other parts of the circuit for baseband signal fidelity.
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