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Workgroup: Solid State Power Amplifier - Outlook

Workgroup: Solid State Power Amplifier - Outlook. M. Gaspar. Present Solid State Technology Status. Transistor Technology versus Maximum Power. Present Solid State Technology Status. Transistor Survey. Present Solid State Amplifier Status. Amplifier Topology:. Amplifier Bandwidth:.

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Workgroup: Solid State Power Amplifier - Outlook

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  1. Workgroup: Solid State Power Amplifier - Outlook M. Gaspar

  2. Present Solid State Technology Status Transistor Technology versus Maximum Power

  3. Present Solid State Technology Status Transistor Survey

  4. Present Solid State Amplifier Status • Amplifier Topology: • Amplifier Bandwidth:

  5. Present Solid State Amplifier Status • Amplifier Power Supply: • Power Combining/Sppliting Schemes:

  6. Conclusions • Transistor technology is in continuous development in contrast with vacuum tube technology. • Larger and larger single transistor ouput power is becoming available. • Expected continuos decrease in Price/Watt and Size/Watt. • Increase in power supply voltage will increase maximum available output power. • LDMOS seems to be the dominant technology. • As the available ouput power increases the requirements for other components as circulators, loads • and capacitors will become more and more critic. • Power supply components are improving and getting smaller with better eficiency.

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