Prâna, a leading European designer and manufacturer of RF Power Amplifiers for Broadband applications.
Prâna is specialized in the design and manufacture of RF Power Amplifiers for Broadband applications such as EMC testing, instrumentation and radio-communication. Prâna products are all in solid state and cover a frequency range 10 kHz – 6 GHz with output power up to 12kW. All amplifiers meet the rigorous demands of EMC test standards and provide a well-designed and engineered solid state alternative to less reliable and more expensive tube amplifiers.
Prâna amplifiers are known for their performance, reliability and quality. Prâna distributes its amplifiers world-wide and has a large international network of partners to promote sales and provide the appropriate solutions and support in the shortest time possible. Their client base includes leading companies such as: PSA, Airbus, Dassault Aviation, LCIE, Continental, UTAC, LNE, Legrand, Valeo, MIRA (GB), MBtech (Germany), INTA (Spain), Mitsubishi (Japan), Toyota (Japan), Epson(Singapore), RCI (India), Thales India...
Reliable, robust and manufactured following the ISO9001 standard, Prâna amplifiers are guaranteed to provide a defined power supply, whatever the load mismatch is. Our amplifiers are designed to provide maximum power at the beginning and in the middle of the frequency range — that is, where it is needed — with low total harmonic distortion. Our team is committed to technical integrity, innovation, and continued development of our amplifier products. Our simplified service and maintenance features reduce downtime while meeting regulatory compliance requirements, and allow us to respond quickly to the changing needs of your business.
Resolutely facing the future, Prâna is integrating the latest technologies into its new range of power amplifiers: 800-3200 MHz (SV series), 800-4000 MHz (SW series), and 2000-6000 MHz (UX series). These applications offer excellent performance-to-price ratios, and are designed to minimize overly specialized preventive and corrective maintenance procedures for the different equipment and components involved.