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high power amplifier to ultrasound ceramic

Question asked by natanel on Jan 5, 2012
Latest reply on Jan 5, 2012 by OliverSedlacek



looking for high power high frequency amplifier that will be connected to ultrasound ceramic


I am not HW person so help me to ask the right question




input output

- up to 20 Mhz pure sinuous

- controlled or around 20 gain



- up to 3 V p-p (drived from AD9580 dds board)

- 50 ohm



remark: as ceramic may be broken and change its resistance

we need to take some caution the output leg

- up to 60 V p-p

- changeable output resistance that will not harm amplifier 0-inf

- changeable output resistance that amplifier can handle 5-200 hom

- changeable output phase that amplifier can handle -60 to 60


probably some cooling device


where to start?

what else to ask?




also: would like to connect only vrms measure to the output , any suggestion?