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Stealth Microwave Press Release - 5/6/2009

Stealth Microwave Introduces the SM07080-47L, 700-700 MHz SSPA

Stealth Microwave SM07080-47L SSPAMay, 7, 2009 --  50 Watt, 700-800 MHz SSPA Stealth Microwave introduces the SM07080-47L, a linearized GaAs FET amplifier designed for next generation 700 MHz applications. The unit operates from 700 to 800 MHz with a P1dB of +47 dBm (min.). Small signal gain is 55dB with a flatness of ±0.5 dB across the band. Standard features include Thermal Protection with Auto Reset and Over/Reverse Voltage Protection. Optional features include TTL on/off, RF Sampling, and High Speed Switching up to 1 μs. In module form, the unit measures 7.5 x 3.97 x 0.79 inches.






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Posted 5/7/2009
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