• Simultaneous analog and digital for easy migration 
  • Broadband amplifier allows usage anywhere in the band 
  • No additional cavity filters required




Frequency Bandwidth: 1930 MHz to 1990 MHz

Gain: 50-60 dB (per customer specs)

Spurious Signals: -70dBc

Remote control and monitoring by RS-485 interface

MTBF: 150,000 hrs. (per MIL-STD 217)

Power Input: 18-34 VDC with built in DC to DC converter

Gain Flatness: ±0.01dB across any 1.25 MHz BW

Phase Linearity: ±0.125° from straight line across any 1.25 MHz BW

Output VSWR protected

RISC microprocessor controlled and supervised

LCD front panel diagnostics or LEDs as per customer’s specs

mechanical / environmental

Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C; -40°C to +50°C

Dimensions: Each module: 17”H x 5.9”W x 18.125”D

Custom outlines available on request

The information furnished above is preliminary. Specifications subject to change without notice.


The MCGA 1960-45A is one model in a series of amplifiers designed to achieve exceptionally low intermodulation distortion levels while meeting other demanding performance specifications. Its 100% Class A GaAsFet power amplifier utilizes a proprietary microprocessor-controlled and supervised feedforward scheme to achieve outstanding spectral purity through constant analysis and biasing adjustments. The continuous resolution phase shifter and gain controller allows for micro-controlled phase adjustments down to 0.1 degree and gain adjustment to 0.02 dB that allows the amplifier to achieve distortion cancellation precisions seldom achieved before. The amplifier is available for applications in the 1900 MHz band and the Korean 1800 Mhz band regardless of the standard or modulation (CDMA, GSM, etc.).

AmerAmp’s manufacturing facility includes automated CNC machining centers, a full in-house chemical line, automated fine pitch SMT Pick and Place lines (10,000 cph), and a Burn-In Environmental Chamber. AmerAmp also has fully equipped R&D and Quality Control labs and state-of-the-art precision testing capability, including computerized microwave simulators, to assure consistency and reliability