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Stealth Microwave Press Release 9-24-2007

 Stealth Microwave Announces the SM2227-46L, a Solid State GaAs FET Amplifier Designed for the Broadband Wireless Access Market

Stealth Microwave's SM2227-46L GaAsFET AmplifierStealth Microwave’s SM2227-46L is a solid state GaAs FET amplifier designed for the Broadband Wireless Access market. Using a proprietary pre-distortion technique, the OIP3 is improved by 8 dB. The P1dB is +46 dBm, the linear gain is 56 dBm, and the gain change over temperature is only ± 0.5 dB. The unit is available is modular form (standard), or as a rack mountable amplifier.

Parameter

Specification

Frequency Range

2.2 - 2.7 GHz

Pout (P1dB)

+ 46 dBm (typ.)

Third Order Intercept Point

+ 65 dBm

Linear Gain

60 dB ± 1 dB

Gain Flatness over Full Band

± .75dB

Gain Change over Temperature

± .5 dB

Input/Output Return Loss

± .5 dB
DC Input Voltage + 12 Volts
DC Input Current 17 Amps (Varies per application)
Mechanical Dimensions 7.5 x 4.0 x .79 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

Features
  • Single Power Supply

  • Over/Reverse Voltage Protection

  • Thermal Protection with Auto Reset

  • Temperature Compensation

  • Integral Output Isolator

Options

  • Forward/Reverse Power Detection

  • RF Sampling

  • Logic On/Off Control

  • Integral Heatsink

  • High Speed Switching for TDD


DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

Stealth Microwave SM2227-46L


MODULE WITH HEATSINK OPTION

Stealth Microwave SM2227-46L Heat Sink


Pin

Description

Values

RF Input

Input Connector (SMA Female)

- 14 dBm, typical

RF OUT

Output Connector SMA (Female)

+46dBm @P1dB, 45.5 dBm min

RF SAMPLE Sample RF Port (SMA Female) 30 dBr

GND

Ground Turret

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REV Reverse Power Detector ¥ VSWR @ + 41 dBm » + 3.0 Volts
FWD Forward Power Detector + 41 dBm Output Power » + 2.5 Volts
+12 VDC DC Input Voltage + 12 Volts @ 17 Amps (typ.)
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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