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Combining a Ku-band duplexer and low-noise amplifier, our new Model AE14625-15250DB5370-LNA brings two essential components together in a compact, ruggedized package that is well-suited for satellite communication terminals. Check out its specifications below along with those of some of our other duplexers.
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The low-noise amplifier in the receive path has a maximum noise figure of 3.5 dB, gain of 20 dB, and P1dB
RF output of +15 dBm. It operates from 20 to 35 VDC at 100 to 180 mA. The entire module has insertion loss of
less than 2.5 dB and return loss of at least 14 dB. It operates over a temperature range of -20o to +85° at
altitudes up to 30,000 ft., and meets shock and vibration requirements of MIL-STD-810F. The unit measures 6.5
x 2.5 x 1 in., and uses SMA RF connectors and a three-pin locking connector for power.
769 to 775 MHz/799 to 805 MHz Cavity Duplexer
AD772-802D363 is a cavity duplexer with band 1 frequency of 769 to 775 MHz and band 2 frequency of 799 to
805 MHz. Insertion loss in both bands is less than 1 dB, and passband ripple is less than 0.5 dB. The duplexer
will handle 50 W, operates from 20o to +70o C, and measures 242 x 171 x 70 mm. Connectors are Type-N female.
740 to 758 MHz/770 to 788 MHz Ceramic Duplexer
AM779-749D1027 ceramic duplexer has a band one frequency of 740 to 758 MHz and band 2 frequency of 770 to
788 MHz, with insertion loss of 3.5 dB, passband ripple of 2.5 dB, and insertion loss of 3.5 dB. It has
rejection greater than 45 dB from 565.2 to 583.2 MHz and more than 50 dB from 750 to 758 MHz, return loss
greater than 14 dB, and handles 3 W. It has an operating temperature range of -20o to +70o C, and measures 34
x 14 x 5 mm.
890 to 909/935 to 954 MHz LC Duplexer
AE899-944DB5141 LC duplexer has a first passband of 890 to 909 MHz and second passband of 935 to 954 MHz.
Insertion loss is less than 0.6 dB and isolation between passbands is at least 80 dB. The duplexer measures 3
x 3.5 x 2.5 in. and has Type-N female connectors.