Series 1100 L-Band Airborne Amplifier Products from TSL

The TSL Series 1100 products include a complete line of pulsed L-Band airborne amplifiers and transmitters suited for Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) and for Traffic Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) applications.

Models are available that comply with IFF Modes 1, 2, 3A & C, 4, ,5, and Mode S-ELM designed to meet the demanding standards of DoD AIMS97-1000, RTCA/DO-181C, and STANAG 4193. Series 1100 products are in use worldwide in IFF Transponders and in the US Army Model PPX-3 IFF Interrogator.

The Series 1100 is a state-of-the-art power amplifier utilizing the latest in Bipolar and LDMOS technologies. Designs include Differential Phase Shift Keying (DPSK) modulation providing digitized cosine form transitions for rise and fall times. Some models are available with High Speed Pulse Suppression.

Series 1100 General Performance Specifications
Frequency 1030MHz and/or 1090 MHz
Frequency Stability IAW AIM597-1000
RF Power out 5W – 4,000W
Duty Cycle 1–2% Typical (Short Term 25%)
Pulse Width in 35 μsec (Maximum)
Harmonic Suppression 60 dBc
Class of Operation AB & C
RF Power Out Control < 1μsec to 90%
Protection Temperature, Input Overdrive, Reverse Polarity, Duty Cycle, Pulse Width, and Output VSWR
Input Power AC or DC Available (consult factory)
Operating Temperature -40⁰C (min) to +85⁰C (max)
Storage Temperature -55⁰C (min) to +100⁰C (max)

Some of the more popular Series 1100 models are listed below with representative specifications. Variations on Frequency, Power, Duty Cycle, and Pulse Width, and other specification are available. Optional heat sinks are offered on selected models.

Please contact TSL for detailed specifications or special product requirements not listed.

Popular Series 1100 Models

1142-20-1030 1030 20 1 10 5.4×2.8×0.4
1166A-800-1030 1030 800 1 17 4.9×2.8×1.2
1171A-4000-1030 1030 4000 1 32 8.5×6.5×1.1
1172T-4000-1030 1030 4000 1 31 19x18x3.5
1180-30/250-1030 1030 30/250 10/1 64/32
Series 1100-1 from TSL Series 1100-2 from TSL Series 1100-3 from TSL

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