CGH31240

240-W, 2700 – 3100-MHz, 50-ohm Input/Output Matched GaN HEMT for S-Band Radar Systems

Cree’s CGH31240F is a gallium-nitride (GaN) high-electron-mobility transistor (HEMT) designed specifically with high-efficiency, high-gain and wide-bandwidth capabilities, which makes the CGH31240F ideal for 2.7 –3.1-GHz, S-band, radar-amplifier applications. The transistor is supplied in a ceramic/metal flange package.

Features:

  • 2.7 - 3.1 GHz Operation
  • 12 dB Power Gain
  • 60 % Power Added Efficiency
  • < 0.2 dB Pulsed Amplitude Droop

Applications

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