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U/V hpa design - advice needed

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U/V hpa

I want to design the U/V(200~400MHz) hpa, Can you give me some advice ?
thanks you!
 

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Re: U/V hpa

Power, Gain, Bandwidth, Vcc?

I have a GS31b russian triode amp givin me 700W out at 432 Mhz,
but I suppose thats not what you are looking for ;-)

Freddy

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I want to design the U/V(200~400MHz) hpa, Can you give me some advice ?
thanks you!
 

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try transistor manufacturers

This is a standard military band around the world (225-400) used for aircraft to ground communications. Becaue of this large, standard market many transistor manufacturers have standard products for this band including suggested circuits. They even go so far as give out the computer files for making the PC board layouts.
 

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