AR Modular offers power amplifier module for wireless broadband

BOTHELL, Wash., 1 April 2007. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is offering the model CMS2010 solid-state laterally diffused metal oxide silicon (LDMOS) power amplifier module to meet 802.16 WiMAX specifications.

BOTHELL, Wash., 1 April 2007. AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is offering the model CMS2010 solid-state laterally diffused metal oxide silicon (LDMOS) power amplifier module to meet 802.16 WiMAX specifications (related story).

The 50-watt, 47dBm linear power amplifier module spans the 2.5-to-2.7 GHz frequency range, has a gain of 45dB minimum, and can be modified to meet various OFDM and NPR requirements.

The amplifier is protected from thermal overload, over power, over voltage, and wrong voltage polarity and contains an internal isolator.

The Model CMS2010 is part of AR's family (related story) of power amplifier modules for wireless applications such as CDMA, HDTV, and WiMAX.

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

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