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Triad RF Systems Showcases Bi-Directional and RF Power Amplifiers

Published: 02 Nov 2015 by

Triad RF Systems, a leading manufacturer and developer of RF/Microwave amplifiers, are showcasing their extensive range of state-of-the art systems on the Unmanned Systems Technology (“UST”) website.

The ‘Gold‘ profile highlights Triad’s high-performance products that are particularly suitable for use in the demanding environments of unmanned vehicle systems, and are currently used on several different UAV and UGV platforms.

The range of high-linearity, low-noise bi-directional amplifiers use whichever FET technology (GaN, GaAs, or LDMOS) best suits the customer’s requirements and operate in bands from 20 MHz to 8 GHz. The UST profile concisely summarizes the specifications of 14 different models, to help engineers quickly find the right product for their application.

Triad’s solid state RF power amplifiers are ideal for unmanned vehicle applications such as UAV data links, and are available in frequencies up to 18 GHz, with bandwidths of 200-800 MHz for standard models and up to 12000 MHz for broadband. Each of the eight different models displayed on Triad’s profile have DC sections with advanced features including protection against over, under, and reverse voltage conditions.

To find out more about Triad RF Systems, visit their profile page.

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Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact

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