We looked everywhere for the perfect digital amplifier for our 440MHz LoRa Shield...one that can switch super fast and is bi-directional.
Introducing our 80 Watt amplifier!
This amplifier is so serious that you can select between "Off" and "No". The "No" means that you should never turn it on unless you know what you are doing (and our code word for "On" at the office).
We used this amplifier during our LoRa troposcatter project and it worked amazingly well.
- Designed for digital transmitters, such as DMR
- Voltage: 10-14V
- Standby Current: 10-30mA
- Active Current: 12A
- Input Wattage: 1-5 Watts
- Output Wattage: 80 Watts
- Frequency: 400-470MHz
- Cooling Fan: Engages above 40C
- Size: 130 x 104 x 60mm
- SMA Female input
- SO-238 female output (for UHF or PL-259 connector)