Canada : Advantech Wireless launches Second Generation 350W/500W CL-Band SapphireBlu GaN based SSPA/SSPB for Troposcatter Applications.
A world leader in Satellite broadband communications solutions, Advantech Wireless, has announced the launch of the Second Generation 350W/500W CL-Band SapphireBlu GaN (Gallium Nitride) based SSPA/SSPB for Troposcatter (TROPO) Applications.
The new Advantech Wireless Super Compact TT Series SapphireBlu SSPAs/ SSPBs provide the industry's highest power density and run over the Low C-band TROPO frequency of 4.4 5.0 GHz. These new Solid State Power Amplifiers are meant to be used, as direct replacement of older generation Klystrons or TWTs. Troposcatter (also called tropospheric scatter) is a method to communicate with microwave signals reflecting from the atmosphere for strong communications links over very long distances.
VP Business Development at Advantech Wireless, Cristi Damian, said, "Tropo applications have certain advantages for strategic communication links, either for Military users, or for remote access in isolated areas with no satellite access. The Second Generation GaN 350W/500W SSPAs address this fast growing market, with a unique highly efficient and powerful solution. These New SSPAs provide a 70% reduction in weight and size, and a 40% reduction in energy consumption compared to the previous generations of tropo SSPAs. They are ideal for tactical mobile applications, where size, weight and power efficiency are critical."
Advantech Wireless TROPO range of GaN SSPAs, perfectly matches the new generation of high data rate, long haul, cost effective communication links using TROPO scattering technologies.
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|Date:||Oct 19, 2015|
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