150-Watt solid state amplifier introduced by AR Modular RF for wireless broadband network applications

BOTHELL, Wash., 27 May 2010. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is introducing the 150-Watt model KMS2010 solid-state power amplifier module for wireless broadband network applications. The 52 dBm linear power amplifier operates from 1.75 to 1.85 GHz, has a scalable gain of 57 dB, and is designed to meet most communication protocols, including various types of OFDM.

May 27th, 2010
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BOTHELL, Wash., 27 May 2010. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is introducing the 150-Watt model KMS2010 solid-state power amplifier module for wireless broadband network applications. The 52 dBm linear power amplifier operates from 1.75 to 1.85 GHz, has a scalable gain of 57 dB, and is designed to meet most communications protocols, including various types of OFDM.

The module comprises a printed circuit board housed in a machine aluminum enclosure. The amplifier is protected from thermal overload, over-power, over-voltage or wrong voltage polarity as well as having an internal isolator.

For more information contact AR Modular RF online at www.ar-worldwide.com.

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