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Stealth Microwave Press Release - March 31, 2010

Stealth Microwave Announces New 4 Watt 340-470 MHz SSPA

Stealth Microwave SM034047-34MQ2Trenton, NJ -- March31, 2010 -- Stealth Microwave introduces the SM034047-34MQ2, a MOSFET amplifier designed for military and commercial applications to include COFDM video and C2 links in UAVs and in portable battery powered transmitters.  The unit operates from 340 to 470 MHz with a P1dB of +4 Watts. Small signal gain is 11dB with a flatness of 0.8 dB across the band.

Standard features include high speed on/off for TDD switching and a lightweight housing designed to meet most MIL-STD-810G testing methods. In module form, the unit measures 3.375 x 1.9 x 0.49 inches.


Contact:
Stealth Microwave, Inc.
1007 Whitehead Road Ext.
Trenton, NJ  08638
888-772-7791
USA
sales@stealthmicrowave.com






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