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New Input-Protected Low-Noise Amplifiers Operate with Bias Voltage of +12V Typical Over Temperature Range of -40 to +85 degree C
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New Input-Protected Low-Noise Amplifiers Operate with Bias Voltage of +12V Typical Over Temperature Range of -40 to +85 degree C

Consists of 12 different models that cover a broad range of frequency bands from 10 MHz to 3.5 GHz. Includes low noise figure levels from 0.8 to 1.6 dB, high-small signal gain ranging from 25 to 40 dB and low VSWR levels from 1.3:1 to 1.5:1. Ideal for radar systems, EW applications, military/microwave radios, wireless and satellite communications and test instrumentation.

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One of the best ways to make sure that your machinery stays up and running in the face of adversity is to make sure that it's properly sealed. Of course, it's not always easy to determine whether the integrity of your seals are up to par. How can you tell when you have a problem?

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New AR-50SE Band-Switching RF Booster Amplifier Offers Automatic Band-Switching
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New AR-50SE Band-Switching RF Booster Amplifier Offers Automatic Band-Switching

The AR-50SE Band-Switching RF Booster Amplifier complies to Military Standards 461E and 1275. The product is offered with protection against overheating, excessive VSWR, high-level RF input power and inadvertent DC polarity reversal. The device is operated in frequency band of 30-88 MHz and does not require switching, tuning or adjustment. The amplifier automatically bypasses in case of a system...

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Empower RF Releases Solid State Transmitting Amplifiers with User Configurable Operating Modes
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Empower RF Releases Solid State Transmitting Amplifiers with User Configurable Operating Modes

The Solid State Transmitting Amplifiers consist of 2162, 2170, and 2215 models that offer threat emitter capability ranging from 20 to 6000 MHz. The units are suitable for electromagnetic communications, radar and EA waveforms. It has zero input and does not require an external driver amplifier. These amplifiers provide system wide performance monitoring and sensing via Local, LAN, and Browser...

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