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5303030 Linear Power RF Amplifier
Frequency: 0.15MHz - 230MHz
Power: 8 Watts
Quantity in Stock: No items available
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a module and a system?
An RF Module is an individual RF Amplifier. A System is made up of many RF modules.
Is there a price difference for front or rear connector placement?
Generally there is no price difference for connector placement. However, there are some Amplifier Systems that will require substantial internal redesign to relocate from the normal connector locations. Please consult the factory.
Are heat sinks and fans needed for all modules?
All RF modules require adequate heat sinks. Fans may also be required depending on the particular module. Please consult the factory.
What can I control with the Interface and the Ethernet?
This depends on the particular included options inside the Amplifier. Please refer to the Operators Manual for the included options.
What is included in the operating manual?
It includes instructions on the proper operation of the amplifier.
Are there any chassis options other than rack mount units?
Please consult the factory for any request for optional chassis style.
How much input power is needed for the amplifier?
Please refer to the Specification Sheet for the particular amplifier in question
What is the difference between a class A and a class AB amplifier?
The difference refers to how the RF semiconductors are biased. A Class A amplifier will provide very linear amplification at the cost of very low DC to RF efficiency, which translates directly into heat and size of the amplifier system. A Class AB amplifier is a compromise of good linearity, high efficiency and small size.
How much reflective power can the amplifier withstand without damage?
All standard amplifiers can withstand reflective power equal to “10% of full power rating.” Please consult the factory per you requirements.
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