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Triad RF Systems TTRM1008D - 4400-5000 MHz 25W Dual Bi-Directional SSPA

Triad RF Systems Intros 4400-5000 MHz, 25W Dual Bi-Directional SSPA - RF CafeThe TTRM1008D GaAs amplifier operates at a frequency range of 4400 MHz to 5000 MHz and has a power output of 25 Watts, while still maintaining a compact form factor of 5.63 x 6.13 x 0.69 inches. This unit also features internal protection against over/under voltage and excessive temperature conditions, which coupled with its rugged construction, ensure fault-free operation in even the most extreme environments.

Triad RF Systems TTRM1008D Specifications - RF CafeTriad RF Systems Ships Dual Channel C-Band Bi-Directional Amplifier for MIMO Radios - Triad RF Systems Triad has designed a dual channel version of the popular TTRM1008, which is compatible with nearly all types of military and commercial radios. The TTRM1008D operates at 4.4 to 5 GHz and is capable of an output of 25 Watts per channel for signals types such as BPSK/QPSK, but is also linear enough to provide up to 5 Watts of power with more complex signal types such as 64QAM. This combination of power and linearity makes the TTRM1008D an ideal companion for both tactical MIMO radios and commercial radios alike.

This class A GaAs module is designed for both military and commercial applications. It is capable of supporting any signal type and modulation format, including but not limited to 3-4G telecom, WLAN, OFDM, DVB, and CW/AM/FM. The latest device technologies and design methods are employed to offer high power density, efficiency, and linearity in a small, lightweight package.

About Triad RF System

Triad RF Systems, founded in 2010, designs and manufactures high-performance, high-power RF and microwave amplifiers operating at frequencies from 10 MHz to 20 GHz. The company focuses on delivering extremely high reliability and ruggedness when integrating its products within the confines of subsystems and systems - without sacrificing efficiency or linearity and adhering to stringent requirements for size, weight, and power. The company's products are employed in commercial and military applications, including terrestrial wireless and satellite communications, radar, electronic warfare, medical, digital video broadcast, and avionics systems.

Contact Info:

Triad RF Systems
Chris DeAngelis
11 Harts Lane, Suite I
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Email: sales@triadrf.com
Web: www.triadrf.com
Phone: 1-855-558-1001

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Posted April 25, 2017

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