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Triad RF Systems Intros 400 – 450 MHz Bi-Directional Power Amplifier

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The TTRM1076 is a high linearity bi-directional SSPA suitable for use with any modulation and signal type. It is currently utilized in UAV data links and long range point-point COFDM video links. High speed T/R switching and sequencing of the PA, LNA, and switch driver circuitry is performed by an on-board CPLD, where switching timing can be adjusted in firmware based on system requirements. The transmit section produces over 25 Watts of BPSK power, and over 6 Watts of 64 QAM. The unit also features a three color status LED on the front panel that shows if the SSPA is in transmit or receive mode, or if an alarm condition exists. The amplifier housing is weatherproofed per the guidelines of IP66.

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About Triad RF Systems

Triad RF Systems comprises three partners with over 40 years of accumulated knowledge of what is required to design, manufacture, market, sell and service RF/Microwave amplifiers and amplifier systems. Three individuals who know the rules for making the highest quality, state-of-the-art RF/microwave circuits, but also have the innate knowledge of how to push the limits in order to create products that meet ever demanding challenges when it comes to size, efficiency and linearity. We do not make decisions via committee or after time consuming meetings; instead when an idea is suggested, we typically prototype it and if successful, turn it into product.

Our market knowledge enabled us to partner with some of the leading radio manufacturers and build state of the art solutions that give them an advantage in transmission distance and signal purity. We also understand the market pressures for increasing data transmission while simultaneously require less DC power. These opposing forces create challenging issues for RF power amplifiers. Triad RF has stepped up to this challenge by creating some of the most linear and efficient amplifiers in the market.

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Triad RF Systems
Chris DeAngelis
180 Tices Lane
Building A, Suite 107
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Email: sales@triadrf.com
Phone: 1-855-558-1001

 

 

Posted September 10, 2015

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