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6 GHz–18 GHz

Avalon Test Equipment carries a wide variety of RF amplifiers to satisfy a frequency requirement of 6 GHz to 18 GHz for radiated immunity and susceptibility testing. Contact us with your specific requirements and Test With Confidence®. Models available for rent or purchase.

Normally, RF amplifiers within the frequency range of 6 GHz to 18 GHz would run utilizing traveling wave tube technology, but the solid state amplifiers are now available up to 18 GHz and 200 Watts max saturation output.

RF power amplifiers are used to simulate interactions between a device and electromagnetic fields it can encounter in real-life circumstances. These tests are done by boosting RF signals and demonstrate whether electromagnetic interference (EMI) will occur. To effectively simulate specific electromagnetic field conditions for EMC standards, RF power amplifiers need to amplify over a specific frequency range, power output, power efficiency, gain, and linearity. Most electronic devices, including cell phones and radios, can produce EMI and cause signal interference or damage to the device.

Complementing Accessories

RF CablesRF Direction CouplerRF Power Meters and SensorsSignal GeneratorsEMC AntennasAnechoic Chambers

6 GHz-18 GHz RF Amplifier Test Standards

 MIL-STD 461DO-160GMW 3097

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IFI T186-50 CW TWT Microwave Power Amplifier

The T186-50 from the T-50 series of RF Microwave TWT Amplifiers have proven to be the most reliable with proven performance as the best in the industry.

IFI T186-100 TWT Microwave Power Amplifier

6.0 to 18.0 GHz TWT Microwave Power Amplifier, 100 W

IFI T188-250 TWT Microwave Power Amplifier

Rent IFI's T188-250 High Power TWT Microwave Power Amplifier. CW TWT 7.5–18.0GHz, 250 watts

Amplifier Research 250T6G18 TWT Microwave Amp, 250 Watt CW, 6 - 18 GHz

The Model 250T6G18 is a self-contained, forced-air-cooled, broadband traveling wave tube (TWT) microwave amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. A reliable 300 watt TWT provides a conservative 250 watts minimum at the amplifier output flange.