KUPABB003350-15A

KU PA BB 003350-15 B

30 … 3500 MHz

 

Analog & digital transmission systems     Measurement and laboratory equipment     Communication systems    Jammer applications

  • High bandwidth
  • Variety of analog monitor signals
  • Very fast mute functionality
  • High efficiency
  • Low small and large signal gain ripple
  • Available with one or two RF inputs
The KU PA BB 003350-15 A/B is the latest broadband power amplifier from KUHNE and was specially developed for jammer applications. Due to the high bandwidth and, at the same time, low gain ripple, the power amplifier can interfere with all mobile radio bands and many wireless standards.
Lead time on request
Frequency range30..3500 MHz
Maximum input power+17 dBm
Saturation powermin. 15 W (30 ... 2500 MHz)
min. 10 W (2500 ... 3500 MHz)
Gain (small signal)min. 45 dB
Gainmin. 39 dB
Gain flatness (small signal)max. +/- 1.5 dB (30 ... 2500 MHz)
Flatnessmax. +/- 2 dB (2500 ... 3500 MHz)
Noise figure @ 18 °Cmax. 15 dB (30 ... 200 MHz)
max. 9 dB (200 ... 3500 MHz)
Harmonic rejection min. 12 dB
Over temperature protectionyes
IM3 (2)min. 12 dBc @ 15 W PEP
Input return loss (S11)min. 12 dB (30 ... 100 MHz)
Input return loss (S11)min. 14 dB (100 ... 3500 MHz)
Supply voltage+18 ... 36 V DC
Quiescent currentmax. 2.5 A @ 24 V DC
Current consumptionmax. 3,6 A @ 24 V DC
Forward detectionyes (log. detector)
Reflected power detectionyes (log. detector)
VSWR of loadmax. 10 : 1
Output connector / impedanceSMA-female / 50 ohms
Duty Cyclemax. 100 %
mute functionalityYes, high-active mute
Mute-functionality switching timemax. 5 us
Output power desity at active mutemax. -140 dBm/Hz
Current consumption at active mutemax. 0.5 A @ 24 V DC
The KU PA BB 003350-15 A / B has a gain of at least 39 dB in large-signal operation at 15 W output power and can therefore be fed with a low input power of less than 2 mW. The amplifier has many monitor and control signals, for example the monitoring of temperature, current consumption, forward and reverse power as well as a fast mute function for switching off the RF signal. For the simultaneous disruption of several radio services, a B version with two equivalent RF inputs and an internal broadband combiner is available.
  • High bandwidth
  • Variety of analog monitor signals
  • Very fast mute functionality
  • High efficiency
  • Low small and large signal gain ripple