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Stealth Microwave Press Release - October 22, 2009

Stealth Microwave Intros 1.7-2.7 GHz WiMAX FDD/TDD Amplifier Module

Stealth Microwave SM1727-37HSTrenton, NJ -- October 22, 2009 -- Stealth Microwave introduces the SM1727-37HS, a GaAs FET amplifier designed for various WiMAX products and device test applications.
The unit operates from 1.7 to 2.7 GHz with a P1dB of +37 dBm. Small signal gain is 20-33 dB with a flatness of ±0.5 dB across the band.

Typical WiMAX performance (802.16d 64QAM OFDM) is -40 dB EVM at +30 dBm burst power. Standard features include a single +12 VDC Supply and Over/Reverse Voltage Protection. Optional features include TTL On/Off and High Speed Switching circuitry for WiMAX TDD applications.

More information and spec sheet available by phone or online.





Stealth Microwave is a division of Micronetics, Inc.
Stealth Microwave, Inc.
1-888-772-7791
1-609-538-8586
Email:  sales@stealthmicrowave.com
Web Site:  www.stealthmicrowave.com






Posted 10/23/2009
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