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An amplifier that can create the highest power output to drive a specific load (such as a speaker) with a specified distortion rate is referred to as a power amplifier. The power amplifier is critical to the overall “organisation and coordination” of the audio system, and it determines to a large part whether the system can produce high sound quality output.
The North America Power Amplifier Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
ClearOne, the world’s leading provider of audio and visual communications solutions, has introduced the ClearOne CONVERGE PA 460 Amplifier, a high-efficiency professional audio power amplifier with four channels of 60 watts or two channels of 120 watts for auditoriums, lecture halls, conference rooms, training rooms, and more. The new ClearOne CONVERGE PA 460 Amplifier exceeds expectations for advanced and reliable amplification in any setting where crisp, audible sound is needed to make an impact, with Class-D power amplifier technology, plug-and-play simplicity, overload protection, and auto-standby for efficient power consumption.
This amplifier is also compatible with any ClearOne DSP mixer, including the CONVERGE Pro 2, as well as any third-party DSP mixer. Qorvo, a leading developer of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, has introduced two new gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier (PA) families for Ka-band satcom and X-band phased array radar applications for both domestic and international use.
The solutions provide improved system performance while lowering costs by delivering best-in-class power, linearity, and efficiency in a smaller footprint. For wideband multi-carrier systems, the QPA2212 for Ka-band applications has the greatest linearity in the industry.
Over the 27-31GHz frequency band, the power amplifier produces 20 watts of RF power. There are also possibilities for 14-watt QPA2211D and 7-watt QPA2210D. Delivering more linear power in a single MMIC PA allows for cost savings and performance improvements.
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