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AR Modular RF

AR Modular RF designs and builds some of the most durable, innovative, dependable, and versatile rf amplifier modules and rf amplifier systems in the world. They are a leading supplier of military amplifier systems and accessories, providing booster amplifiers and embeddable modules, for tactical military radios covering the HF, VHF, and UHF bands as well as the popular 30 – 512 MHz frequency range. They make a range of high-efficiency modules specifically designed for jamming applications covering the VHF, UHF and SHF frequency bands.

The company is also known for superior quality rack mounting and table top amplifier systems and modules from 0.01 – 6,000 MHz. With output powers from 5 – 5,000 watts, these systems and modules are used for communications, electronic warfare, and a variety of medical, scientific and industrial applications.

Perhaps most important, AR Modular RF helps clients find the best solutions to their most demanding requirements by offering customer specific designs and semi-custom modifications to their existing line of products.

Modular RF Sales Associates are some of the most knowledgeable folks in the business. Whatever your need, from high power RF Amplifier Systems to RF Amplifier Modules to Wireless and Military products, Modular RF Sales Associates will provide you with responsive, professional service. And, Modular RF Sales Associates are always ready to help you evaluate the best product for your needs.





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Blanking & Gating at AR Modular RF division (Power Supply and Conditioning) Remote blanking is achieved via optional RS232 and/or IEEE488 interface that activates the internal gating lines. Amplifier systems without the optional IEEE-488 interface for RS-232/IEEE488 control... (View Full Article)
Common Formulas and RF Power Requirements for Radiated Immunity Testing (.pdf) (Power Supply and Conditioning) Important Factors: * Antenna Gain * Antenna VSWR * Cable Losses * Linearity of the power amplifier * Anechoic room field gradients (6dB maximum) * Antenna gain vs. Frequency * Transmit distance... (View Full Article)