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Stealth Microwave Press Release 1-22-2009

Stealth Microwave Introduces Smallest 10W 802.11 Bi-Directional PA on the Market
 

Stealth Microwave SMTR2425-11B40-2January 22, 2009 

Stealth Microwave has released the SMTR2425-11B40-2, a military grade bi-directional PA that is capable of up to 10W of 802.11b and 2W of 802.11g or 802.16. Primary applications include WLAN, video link, and C2 products for UAVs. The unit operates from 2.4 to 2.5 GHz and outputs +40dBm exceeding 802.11b EVM requirements. Transmit / receive gains are 25 and 16 dB, respectively. The PA measures 3.5 x 2.9 x .56 inches and weighs approx. 4 oz.

A detailed spec sheet is available at http://www.stealthmicrowave.com/products/SMTR2425-11B40-2.pdf

 
Stealth Microwave, Inc.  (888) 772-7791,
Email:  sales@stealthmicrowave.com
Web Site:  www.stealthmicrowave.com
 
 
 
 
Posted 1/22/2009
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