AR Modular RF offers power amplifier modules for wireless applications

BOTHELL, Wash., 22 March 2007. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., has introduced a family of power amplifier modules for applications such as CDMA, HDTV, and WiMAX, to meet the need for power for amplifiers for wireless communications.

Mar 22nd, 2007

BOTHELL, Wash., 22 March 2007.AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., has introduced a family of power amplifier modules for applications such as CDMA, HDTV, and WiMAX, to meet the need for power for amplifiers for wireless communications (see related story).

The new family of solid-state amplifier modules (see related story) for wireless communications includes the Model CMW1030 (30 Watts / 460 – 470 MHz) – for CDMA applications; Model CMW1032 (30 Watts / 869 – 894 MHz) – for CDMA applications; Model CMW1042 (40 Watts / 869 – 894 MHz) – for CDMA applications; Model CMW2055 (150 Watts / 640 – 810 MHz) – for HDTV applications; Model CMS1040 (20 Watts / 1930 – 1990 MHz) – for CDMA network; Model CMS1070 (20 Watts / 3.4 – 3.7 GHz) – meets WiMAX (802.16) specifications; and Model KMS1030 (5 Watts / 500 – 2700 MHz) – designed to cover most of UHF, L and S bands for general applications requiring instantaneous ultra broadband.

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

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