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Stealth Microwave Press Release 8-30-2007

 Stealth Microwave Announces the SM1727-37HS, a Solid State GaAs Amplifier Designed Primarily for Multiple Wireless Markets

Stealth Microwave AmplifierThe SM1727-37HS is a solid state GaAs amplifier designed primarily for multiple wireless markets. With 1 GHz of instantaneous bandwidth, the amplifier can be used in most wireless applications. This amplifier operates from 1700-2700 MHz, provides 33 dB of gain, ± 0.5 dB gain flatness over the full band, and +37 dBm of output power at the 1 dB compression point. This highly linear design provides an output third order intercept point of + 50 dBm. The amplifier operates off a single supply of +12V (+10V available as an option) and 1.9 A typical. The unit uses the latest surface mount technologies to provide numerous features, while maintaining a very small size.



Frequency Range

1.7 – 2.7 GHz*

Pout (P1dB)

+ 37 dBm

Third Order Intercept Point

+ 50 dBm (typ.)*

Linear Gain

33 dB ± 1.0 dB*

Gain Flatness over Full Band

±.5 dB*

Input/Output Return Loss

-16 dB*/ -14 dB

DC Input Voltage

+12 Volts*
(+10 V Operation Available)

DC Input Current

1.9 Amperes (typ.)
2.1 Amperes (max.)

Mechanical Dimensions

4.7 x 2.0 x .54 inches

RF Connectors

SMA Female

Operating Temperature

0ºC to +55ºC

Operating Humidity

95% Non-condensing

Operating Altitude

Up to 10,000 feet above Sea Level

  • +12 VDC Operation

  • Over Voltage Protection

  • Thermal Protection with Auto Reset


  • Single DC Supply of +10V

  • Logic On/Off Control

  • Integral Heatsink


  • Module
  • Laboratory Unit
  • 19” Rack

* Parameter can be modified to meet specific needs.

Call our sales office for more information. 




RF Input

Input Connector (SMA Female)

+4 dBm typical

RF Output

Output Connector SMA (Female)

+ 37 dBm @ P1dB


Ground Turret


+12 VDC DC Input Voltage + 12 Volts @ 1.9 Amperes
On/Off TTL Logic On/Off 0 Volts = Off, +5 Volts = On

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Stealth Microwave, Inc. (888) 772-7791, (609) 538-8586, Fax: (609) 538-8587

Email: sales@stealthmicrowave.com

Web Site: www.stealthmicrowave.com
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