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Stealth Microwave Press Release - December 18, 2009

Stealth Microwave Announces 20 W, 7.1–7.7 GHz COFDM Power Amplifier

Stealth Microwave SM7177-43Trenton, NJ -- December 18, 2009 -- Stealth Microwave introduces the SM7177-43, designed primarily for the European D-ENG market. The unit operates from 7.1 to 7.7 GHz with a P1dB of +43 dBm. Gain is 55 dB with a flatness of ±.5 dB across the band. Standard features include Forward and Reflected Power detection, TTL On/Off, Gain Control, and an RF Sample port.

In module form, the unit measures 7.5 x 3.97 x .79 inches; an integral heatsink and fan are also available. This amplifier can also be packaged in lab unit and 19” rack configurations.

SM7177-43 specs


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Posted 12/18/2009
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