RF power amplifiers are used to simulate interactions between a device under test (DUT) 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. Multiple standards have been established surrounding the testing of devices and radiated immunity testing that RF power amplifiers are able to satisfy. 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.
Avalon carries a wide variety of RF power amplifiers available for rent. Easily find the equipment you need for your required frequency range or test standards and Test With Confidence®.
RF Amplifier Test Standards
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