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Amplifier Research 100W1000M7 Amplifier

Manufacturer part number: 100W1000M7
1000 MHz, 100W
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The model 100W1000M7 is a self-contained, air-cooled, totally solid state, broadband Radio Frequency (RF) amplifier designed for applications requiring instantaneous bandwidth and high gain. Push-pull circuitry is utilized in all of the amplifier's high-power stages to limit distortion and improve stability. When used with an RF sweep generator, the model 100W1000M7 will provide a minimum of 100 watts of swept power.

Features

  • Automatic Level Control (ALC) that can be controlled by internal circuits or by an external input, with front panel control of the ALC Threshold setting
  • Pulse input capability
  • RF output level protection
  • An internal RF detector, which provides an output for use in self-testing or operational modes.
  • Power output cw up to: 2 watts, minimum: 1 watt
  • Power output, cw linear: 1-watt minimum
  • Frequency response(instantaneous): 100kHz to 1000 Mhz
  • Input for rated output: 1,0 milliwatt max.
  • power gain: 30 dB minimum
  • Input impedance: 50 ohms; VSWR 2.0:1 max.
  • Output Impedance: 50 ohm; VSWR 2.5:1 max.
Description

The model 100W1000M7 is a self-contained, air-cooled, totally solid state, broadband Radio Frequency (RF) amplifier designed for applications requiring instantaneous bandwidth and high gain. Push-pull circuitry is utilized in all of the amplifier's high-power stages to limit distortion and improve stability. When used with an RF sweep generator, the model 100W1000M7 will provide a minimum of 100 watts of swept power.

Features

  • Automatic Level Control (ALC) that can be controlled by internal circuits or by an external input, with front panel control of the ALC Threshold setting
  • Pulse input capability
  • RF output level protection
  • An internal RF detector, which provides an output for use in self-testing or operational modes.