The KAW2075 UHF base station amplifier system offers 100 W output across the band 300- to 512-MHz with full protection against VSWR and overdrive conditions. The system includes an Ethernet interface system that allows remote access to monitor and control the system via the Web. The unit is designed to withstand transportation over rough terrain to remote sites without damage. Learn more.
5 Amplifier Families: Basic Characteristics By Ashraf Elghamrawi, Analog Devices, Inc.
The amplifier is one of the most versatile building blocks used in RF/IF signal chains today. Throughout a transceiver RF amplifiers are required to increase signal strength. In the receiver these devices amplify faint incoming signals, and in the transmitter they increase signal strength as it approaches the final power amplifier stages. Since these losses occur across the RF/IF signal chain, Analog Devices has developed five families of amplifiers tailored to the needs of each particular radio section.
JFW's passive RF components product line (to include attenuators/terminations and power dividers) has been designed to meet LTE-MIMO-DAS deployments and upgrades due to the increased demands of MIMO on Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS). Click here to find datasheets on dual rotary attenuators, fixed attenuators, and 2- and 4-way reactive power dividers/combiners.
This tutorial guides the user in selecting the right switch configuration for one's application to identify critical switch parameters and characteristics. It further introduces the user to all available options offered with a coaxial switch.
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