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TTRM1210: 30–2700 MHz, 8W Bi-Directional Amplifier

Triad RF Systems Intros a 30 to 2700 MHz, 8 W Bi-Directional Amplifier - RF CafeDecember 27, 2018: Triad RF Systems, a top-tier designer and manufacturer of RF and microwave amplifiers, announces the introduction of their TTRM1210 bi-directional amplifier, a wideband GaN Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) that operates from 30 MHz to 2700 MHz and produces over 8 W of transmit power. The receive side has over 20 dB of gain to overcome losses between the antenna and the radio. The noise figure is 2 dB which makes the BDA practically invisible to the system. Switching between transmit and receive can be done either automatically when RF is sensed at the radio port, or manually switched by the radio or user.

Triad RF Systems TTRM1210 bi-directional amplifier - RF CafeOne of the smallest BDAs in the industry measuring only 3.25 x 2.12 x 0.53 inches, this feature rich BDA is also one of the most efficient. While producing 8 W of RF power, it only consumes 24 W of DC power. It also produces over 2 W of linear OFDM power with <9% EVM.

In order to operate on various existing platforms, the unit features a wide DC input range of +11 to +28 VDC. Switching between TX and RX at less than 1 μsec can be performed manually while base plate temperature can be monitored via an analog temperature sensor.

This class AB GaN 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.

Features: High speed on/off control, Temperature monitor output, Over-temperature protection, Auto Tx/Rx switching (RF detect)

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

Copyright © 2018 Triad RF Systems, All rights reserved.

 

 

Posted January 3, 2019

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