12-209, 2.4GHz 10W, Outdoor Amplifier

Manufacturer: Teletronics
Part #
12-209
MFG Part # 12-209
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Price $1,499.00
12-209, 2.4GHz 10W, Outdoor Amplifier
Product Info
12-209, 2.4GHz 10W, Outdoor Amplifier.  N-Female Connectors, Power Supply included.

This high power 2.4GHz amplifier is available for export, military, licensed amateur radio and OEM component sales only and are not offered for general sale within the USA. GNS Wireless network amplifiers are high power versions of RF amplifiers for 2.4 GHz spread spectrum wireless LANs. High power and excellent linearity make it the highest performance wireless LAN amplifier available today. These WiFi amplifiers are compatible with 802.11b, 802.11G and other wireless LAN equipment operating at 2.4GHz frequency range.  This 10 Watt, high power series WiFi amplifier improves range and reliability by placing up to full transmit power as well as 23dB receive gain (up to 28 dB available) directly at the antenna where it is most effective. This receive gain compensates for cable losses and actually increases the receive sensitivity of most wireless LAN radios. The unit can be configured to deliver up to full transmit power with as little as 5 mW of input power. This feature permits cable runs of several hundred feet with no degradation in operating range. The HyperAmp "T" series features an all-metal weather-proof enclosure machined from a single block of aluminum, making it suitable for demanding commercial and military applications. The 10 Watt network amplifier is compatible with Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum including 16QAM and 11 Mbit/sec IEEE 802.11b WiFi devices. The included DC Power Injector provides power to the amplifier through the antenna cable, simplifying installation. Current-sensing circuits provide remote amplifier diagnostic LEDs. In addition, this unit provides effective lightning protection with multi-strike capability.  The 10 watt amplifier includes N-Type Female RF connectors on each end. Back to Top
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