AMP5220031

1.2 W Wideband Amplifier

AMP5220031 is a linear amplifier with up to 1.2 W output power suitable for the frequency range 5 MHz … 2200 MHz. It offers good linearity characteristics and high gain. The amplifier module is designed for frequencies of the VHF/UHF band.

All amplifiers of the AMP series are designed in 50 Ohms technology.

broadcast, satellite, GNSS 5 MHz … 2200 MHz

Datasheet


Suitable for Demanding Applications

AMP5220031 amplifies signals in the frequency range 5 MHz … 2200 MHz. It features good linearity characteristics, a low noise figure and high gain. This amplifier is especially suited for applications in the VHF/UHF range and for mobile communication purposes. An internal highpass filter located at the input of the amplifier avoids influences of signals in the low frequency range.

Designed for Practical Use

As the AMP5220031 is designed as a module, it can be operated in multiple ways, for example as laboratory equipment or in devices. Its case is made of aluminium and offers passive cooling. For operation at room temperature, the amplifier does not require any active cooling. As a result, AMP5220031 is a compact amplifier for versatile use making additional effort of cooling unnecessary. Also it offers a wide DC supply range from +11 V to +28 V.
This amplifier module is equipped with a straight power connector. For use in flat devices (1 U), AMP5220031 is also available with an angled power connector.

Robust at all Points

This amplifier module offers excellent RF characteristics covered in compact and robust module design. In addition to the solid design of the mechanics, the amplifier is also resistant against mismatches which can occur in operation with complex loads. AMP5220031 offers reverse polarity protection as well.
 





 
 

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