TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 6, 2021 — CAES has designed and introduced a high-power radio frequency amplifier that uses custom gallium nitride packaging for enhanced heat transfer efficiency and works to provide SwaP-constrained pods, drones and other airborne systems with electronic attack capability, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.
“Our modular design approach allows customers to scale the amplifier up or down to meet the specific requirements of any application, from [electronic warfare] pods to [unmanned aerial vehicles] and other airborne platforms. The high power amplifier enables longer distance effects and more effective jamming versus legacy systems,” said David Young, chief technology officer at CAES.
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