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Stealth Microwave Press Release 12-14-2007

 Stealth Microwave Announces the SM0520-36/36H, a 500 to 2000 MHz Solid State GaAs FET Amplifier Designed for Multi-purpose use in Multiple Wireless and Military Markets

Stealth Microwave's SM0520-36/36H AmplifierModel SM0520-36/36H is a 500 to 2000 MHz solid state GaAs FET amplifier designed for multi-purpose use in multiple wireless and military markets. With 1.5 GHz of bandwidth, this small amplifier can be used in Cellular, DCS1800, GSM, FMS, and PCS applications. This module provides a minimum of +36 dBm of output power at P1dB with an OIP3 of +48 dBm. Two versions are available, the -36, with 20 dB of linear gain, and the -36H, with 33 dB of linear gain. The gain flatness over the entire 1.5 GHz bandwidth is ± 0.5 dB. The unit uses the latest surface mount technologies to provide numerous features, while maintaining a minimal size.





Frequency Range

500 - 2000 MHz

500-2000 MHz

Pout (P1dB) - 0° to 55° C

+ 36 dBm

+ 36 dBm

Third Order Intercept Point

+ 48 dBm + 48 dBm
Linear Gain 20 dB ± 1.0 dB 35 dB ± 1.0 dB

Gain Flatness over Full Band

± .5 dB ± .5 dB
Input/Output Return Loss -7 dB / -14 dB -14 dB / -14 dB

DC Input Voltage

+ 12 Volts +12 Volts
DC Input Current 1.9 Amperes 1.9 Amperes
Mechanical Dimensions 5.0 x 2.5 x .563 in. 5.0 x 2.5 x .563 in.
RF Connectors SMA Female SMA Female
Operating Temperature 0ºC to +55ºC 0ºC to +55ºC
Operating Humidity 95% Non-condensing 95% Non-condensing
Operating Altitude Up to 10,000 feet above Sea Level Up to 10,000 feet above Sea Level
  • Mis-Match Protected

  • Single Power Supply

  • Over/Reverse Voltage Protection

  • Thermal Protection with Auto Reset


  • Logic On/Off Control
  • Heatsink
  • Voltage Regulation
    (+11 to +14.5 VDC input range)

  • Module
  • Laboratory Unit


zStealth Microwave SM0520-36/36H Amplifier





RF Input

Input Connector (SMA Female)

+17 dBm typ. for -36, +4 dBm typ. for -36H

RF Output

Output Connector (SMA Female)

+ 36 dBm @ P1dB

GND Ground Turret
+12VDC 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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