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KU PA 013017-100 HY, RF Power Amplifier

130 ... 170 MHz • 100 W
Available from stock
Frequency range130..170 MHz
Input power for P3dBtyp. +15 dBm
Maximum input power+20 dBm
Output power P1dBtyp. 47 dBm, min. 44.8 dBm (CW)
typ. 50 W, min. 30 W (CW)
Output power P3dBtyp. 50 dBm (CW)
typ. 100 W (CW)
Gain (small signal)typ. 40 dB, min. 35 dB
Gain flatness (small signal)typ. +/- 3 dB
Harmonic rejection typ. 60 dB @ 50 dBm
IM3 (1)typ. 27 dBc @ 46 dBm PEP
Efficiency typ. 44 % @ 50 dBm (CW)
Input return loss (S11)min. 20 dB
ON voltage+12 V DC
Supply voltage+12 ... 14 V DC
Quiescent current @ Vcc (max)typ. 8 A
Current consumption @ P3dBmax. 20 A
Forward detectionyes (diode detector)
VSWR of loadmax. 1.8 : 1
Operating case temp. range-20 ... +55 °C
Input connector / impedanceSMA-female / 50 ohms
Output connector / impedanceN-female / 50 Ohms
Casemilled aluminium
Dimensions (mm)124 x 80 x 22
Weight400 g (typ.)
(1)Measured 2-tone, frequency spacing: 1 MHz
  • Built-in low pass filter for good harmonic rejection
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Monitor output for forward power detection
  • Analog transmission systems
Please notice the following:
  • All technical data specified at a supply voltage of +14 V DC at room temperature.
  • The power amplifier doesn’t contain any coaxial relays.
  • The recommended combination of heat sink and fan(s) is only specified for an ambient temperature of 25 °C.
  • Further information about dimensioning of heat sinks is available on our FAQ site.

 
 

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