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Stealth Microwave Press Release - May 27, 2010

Stealth Microwave Announces 2.3–2.5 GHz SWLAN Bi-Directional PA

Stealth Microwave SMTR2325-11G33-2Trenton, NJ -- May 27, 2010 -- Stealth Microwave has released the SMTR2325-11G33-2, a military grade bi-directional PA that is capable of up to 2W of 802.11g or 802.16e. Primary applications include Secure WLAN, video link, and mesh networking products for UAVs. The unit operates from 2.3 to 2.5 GHz and outputs +40dBm exceeding 802.11b EVM requirements. Transmit / receive gains are 20 and 23 dB, respectively. The PA measures 3.5 x 2.9 x .56 inches and weighs approx. 4 oz.



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






Posted 5/28/2010
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