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IMT's Nucomm RBA powers up.

Summary: Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT), a business unit within the Vitec Group's Videocom Division showcases its Nucomm Range Booster Amplifier [...]

Nucomm Range Booster Amplifier.

Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC (IMT), a business unit within the Vitec Group's Videocom Division showcases its Nucomm Range Booster Amplifier (RBA) at IBC.

The Nucomm RBA is designed specifically to increase the transmission range of camera back and portable transmitters. The RBA fits directly on the RF output of the Nucomm CamPac, RF Central microLite or Compact Portable Transmitter (CPTx), and boosts the power from 200 mW to 1 Watt. The small, lightweight amplifier is powered by the camera battery via a D-Tap or P-Tap to a six-pin Lemo connector. It features RF auto detecting and transmitting, when an RF input is applied. When RF input is not detected, the RBA will automatically go to standby, drawing less than 1 Watt. The standby power consumption of the unit is significantly lower than any other boosters available on the market today and considerably increases the battery runtime.

The Nucomm RBA also features an internal leveling loop, giving the unit a wide RF power input range while holding a constant output of 1 Watt. The leveling loop coupled with the built-in digital pre-distortion feature keeps the adjacent channel spectral regrowth essentially the same as the transmitter being used.

"The Nucomm Range Booster Amplifier requires minimal setup and is specifically designed for ease-of-use," says IMT Divisional Chief Executive Stephen Shpock. "Simply connect the RBA to the transmitter's RF output, screw on the antenna, connect the battery and turn on the transmitter."

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Date:Sep 11, 2013
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