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24 October 2014

Advantech Wireless increases production capacity of GaN-based SSPAs and BUCs

Advantech Wireless of Montreal, Canada (which manufactures satellite, RF equipment and microwave systems) has increased its production capacity of gallium nitride (GaN)-based solid-state power amplifiers (SSPAs) and block up-converters (BUCs) in order to meet high market demand.

Advantech Wireless says that, due to the success of its GaN-based SSPAs and BUCs and the response from the market, it has made its most popular GaN-based products available to be supplied with short delivery time.

“Market response to our innovative GaN-based SSPA offering in the last several years has exceeded the production capabilities,” says Cristi Damian, VP business development. “As a result, we have added additional manufacturing capacity to be in line with the demand,” he adds.

Awarded ‘Teleport Technology of the Year 2014’ by the World Teleport Association and ‘Vision Award’ as Most Innovative Product of the Year 2013, Advantech Wireless’ SapphireBlu Series of UltraLinear GaN-based high-power amplifier (HPA) systems offers the highest linear power available on the market, claims the firm.

With what is claimed to be the greatest variety of field-proven GaN-based SSPAs on the market, the firm also offers a complete line of compact, lightweight BUCs suitable for mobile applications (with units that are up to 50% smaller, and offering up to 70% less power consumption and up to 30% less heat generation).

All Advantech Wireless GaN-based products can be fitted with Ethernet, SNMP, Telnet, Web GUI and/or CLI interfaces. The new systems are redundant ready, with no external controller required, suiting single-carrier, multi-carrier and multi transponder uplinking.


Visit: www.advantechwireless.com

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