AR Modular RF offers power amplifier for stringent VHF/UHF analog communications

BOTHELL, Wash., 7 Dec. 2007. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is offering the KMW2046 (125 Watts / 225 MHz – 512 MHz) power amplifier module that grew out of AR's work with military communications amplifiers used with tactical radio transceivers, provides good intermodulation and low noise for uncompromising performance in a small package.

Dec 7th, 2007

BOTHELL, Wash., 7 Dec. 2007.AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is offering the KMW2046 (125 Watts / 225 MHz – 512 MHz) power amplifier module that grew out of AR's work with military communications amplifiers used with tactical radio transceivers, provides good intermodulation and low noise for uncompromising performance in a small package.

The device is a response to the attention paid to emerging digital communications -- and the overlooked needs of analog communications.

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

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