RF energy promises a cleaner, more efficient and effective power source. A promise, that we are making into a reality for a host of industrial, scientific and medical products that are used throughout the world. From solid state cooking to RF plasma lighting and medical therapy, the possibilities are boundless. This is particularly true for the 2.45 GHz band due to its global availability.
New application possibilities are now feasible because of recent performance and cost developments in solid state RF power amplifiers operating in the higher (2.4 GHz - 2.5 GHz) ISM unlicensed frequency bands. These devices now provide the right balance of power, efficiency and ruggedness, while meeting the cost restrictions for volume production and the technical standards for global operation.
Our 2.45 GHz LDMOS transistor portfolio introduces to you a vast array of output power levels to continuous wave based solutions. We pride ourselves on delivering optimum efficiencies for our finished products.
Ampleon’s Solid State Cooking white paper will give you more information about what the new technology brings with it many new techniques that can significantly enhance the control of energy delivery. These techniques represent scope for innovation that will change the user’s experience of cooking with high power RF energy.
Featured products View all products
500 W LDMOS based power transistor suitable for use in a variety of commercial and consumer cooking, industrial, scientific and medical applications at frequencies from 2400 MHz to 2500 MHz.
The BLC2425M10LS500P is designed for high-power CW applications and is assembled in a high performance plastic package.Learn more
250 W LDMOS-based power transistor suitable for use in a variety of commercial and consumer cooking, industrial, scientific and medical applications at frequencies from 2400 MHz to 2500 MHz.
The BLC2425M10LS250 is designed for high-power CW applications and is assembled in a high performance plastic package.Learn more
Key features and benefits
- Full range of output power levels from 5 W to 250 W continuous wave
- Best-in-class efficiencies – in excess of 69 % for final stage devices
- High ruggedness and long-term reliability (withstanding a load mismatch of up to VSWR 20:1)
- Ability to drive variable load impedances
- Thermally enhanced packages
Key applications View all applications
- RF Cooking B2B and B2C
- RF Defrosting
- Magnetron replacement
- RF Power amplifier makers
- High power industrial equipment OEMs
- Semiconductor equipment manufacturers
|Type number||Description||Status||Quick access|
|BLM2425M7S60P||LDMOS 2-stage power MMIC||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLP0427M9S20||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLP0427M9S20G||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M9LS30||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M9LS140||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M9L30||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLC2425M9LS250||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLP25RFE001||Signal generator for RF energy solutions||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLP27M810||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLP35M805||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M7LS250P||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M7L250P||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLF2425M8L140||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLC2425M8LS300P||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLC2425M10LS250||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|BLC2425M10LS500P||Power LDMOS transistor||Production||Download datasheet|
|RF Power Solutions for Broadcast, ISM, A&D and RF Energy||Brochure||2019-06-20|
|Mounting and Soldering of RF transistors||Application note||2016-02-17|
|Packages for RF Power Transistors||Leaflet||2016-08-02|
|LDMOS Ruggedness Reliability||Other type||2017-03-28|
|LDMOS Technology for RF Power Amplifiers||Other type||2017-05-03|
|RF Driven Plasma Lighting: the Next Revolution in Light Sources||Other type||2017-05-02|