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S-band distributed Amplifier are frequently used in marine, aerospace, and defense applications, as well as weather radars. S-band distributed Amplifier typically run between 2 and 4 GHz.
The wavelength and frequency of S-band distributed Amplifier make them difficult to attenuate.
Since they can detect other ships and land obstacles as well as offer bearing and distance for collision avoidance and maritime navigation, they are helpful for both close- and far-range weather observations as well as aboard ships.
S-band distributed Amplifier are also employed by the National Weather Service (NWS).
S-band distributed Amplifier designers frequently aim to improve Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP). how the industry’s finest SWaP performance and highest efficiency for wireless radar systems using the S-band are made possible by our new Microchip 70W, ICP3049P, 2.7-3.5 GHz Power Amplifier (PA).
When developing a new distributed Amplifier or adding functionality to an existing platform, designers take numerous factors into account.
When mobile distributed Amplifier (airborne, shipborne, or other mobile radar systems) are the desired use case, PCB area and integrated circuit component selection/integration quickly rise to the top of the list of priorities.
The Global S Band Distributed Amplifier market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
OWELL, Mass.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. (“MACOM”), a top manufacturer of high-performance RF, microwave, millimeterwave, and photonic products, announced the availability of a high power S Band Distributed Amplifier made specifically for weather radar and civil air traffic control applications.
The component can be utilized separately or as part of an entire MACOM chipset package. In a 6mm PQFN 28-lead SMT package, the MAAP-011022 is a balanced high power amplifier with a frequency range of 2.7-3 GHz.
The gadget offers a whopping 7 W of pulsed power, 23 dB of modest signal gain, and is made to give the customer extremely dependable performance when the loads are mismatched. A very robust solution with excellent return loss across the frequency range and great performance under challenging VSWR load situations is made possible by the balanced architecture of the MMIC.
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