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Amplifiers

AR’s S4G11 amplifiers cover the 4 – 10.6 GHz frequency range with a variety of power options – 1 to 80 watts. These amplifiers are ideal for wireless test applications, EMC testing, and IEC 61000-4-3 specifications.

March 26, 2008
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The “S4G11” Series of amplifiers from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation represents the company’s commitment to providing amplifiers that not only meet today’s diverse testing needs, but also anticipate the needs of tomorrow.

AR’s S4G11 amplifiers cover the 4 – 10.6 GHz frequency range with a variety of power options – 1 watt, 5 watts, 10 watts, 20 watts, 40 watts, 60 watts, and 80 watts. These amplifiers are ideal for wireless test applications, EMC automotive testing, and the new 6GHz IEC 61000-4-3 specifications.

“Subampability” Enables You To Add Power To Existing Amps
The S4G11 Series amplifiers employ AR’s “Subampability” concept, which enables users to expand the power of existing amplifiers with a relatively simple upgrade performed by AR.

For example, Model 10S4G11A (10 watts, 4-10.6 GHz) expands to a 20S4G11A (20 watts, 4-10.6 GHz). Once this initial upgrade is performed, the sky’s the limit. Because the 20S4G11A is like a building block that can easily be expanded by adding sub amps and controller/combiner units.

The 20S4G11A expands to a 40S4G11A (40 watts), then to a 60S4G11A (60 watts), and an 80S4G11A (80 watts).

AR Competitive Edge products supply a multitude of unique RF solutions to companies around the world. The company's limitless support network reaches the far corners of the globe. AR products are backed by the company's "Competitive Edge" warranty, the best and most comprehensive warranty in the industry. When companies purchase from any AR company they have the peace of mind that comes from knowing the global leader will be there to help with any problems today, tomorrow and always.

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