RF Linx Corporation Wireless Networking

Wireless Solutions for Wireless ISPs, Hot Spots, Military, Commercial

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5.15 - 5.825 GHz Bi-Directional Amplifier

Description

The 5800CAE Bi-Directional Amplifier is intended for OEM applications where size, performance and cost are optimized.  Using an Antennafier in front of your 802.11a radio will significantly improve link reliability and operating range by providing Low Noise Amplification in Receive, and Spectrally Clean Power Amplification during Transmit.   

Data Sheets

5800 CAE Series WLAN Amplifier

Features

  • Frequency Range 5.15 – 5.825GHz
  • 2W RF Transmit Power
  • 802.11a, h, n Compatible, TDD, OFDM
  • Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
  • Standard SMA Female Connectors
  • Minimal packaging for easy integration (2.875” x 2.875”x 0.46”)
  • 6 Month Warranty

OEM Indoor Bi-Directional Amplifier

Product Description TX Peak TX Avg RX Gain Photo Price
5800CAE
5.15-5.825GHz Bi-Directional OEM AGC Indoor WiFi Amplifier, 5V PS Sold Separately
2W 0.5W +10dB
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$359.95 EA
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Accessories

Product Description Photo Price
5VDC3A
Power Supply; +5V 3A
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$14.95 EA
POE Active Splitter
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$36.95 EA
5V DC-DC Converter
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$33.95 EA
140111
Heatsink module for C & S Amplifiers
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$6.95 EA

Yes We Can

RF LINX offers customized developments across all of our product lines.  Our customers often maintain their competitive edge in the market or can quickly find an equivalent solution by tweaking the Technical and / or Mechanical specifications of our standard product line.  We encourage you to review our standard products and then contact us to begin a dialogue about your project needs. 

FCC Information

The marketing, sale and use of power amplification devices are governed by and subject to Part 15 of the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission. Such devices may only be sold to parties assembling certified RF transmission systems consisting of an intentional radiator, an external radio frequency power amplifier, and an antenna.

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