L/S-Band 300W Outdoor SSPA System

Product Features

  • 1500 to 3000 MHz frequency band
  • Solid-state design using GaN devices
  • Provides 300Watts of saturated power
  • Highly linear
  • Isolated output provides excellent VSWR protection
  • Built-in self-protection circuits
  • Forced air-cooled with integrated blowers
  • Monitoring and control via RS485/422 interface
  • Rugged, weatherproof outdoor package

Optional Features

  • Calibrated forward and reflected sample ports
  • Mute/Unmute via 0V/5V relay command
  • Harmonic filter
  • Indoor control cabinet with system controller, PDU and/or waveguide pressurization

Product Description

UBS’ L/S-band solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) is built using the latest GaN transistor technology. The highly linear design is ideal for outdoor SATCOM applications. It offers 300Watts of saturated power across a 1500 to 3000MHz frequency band. The rugged, weatherproof outdoor design is a field-replaceable system component, built to offer maximum reliability and long service life. The SSPA features monitoring and self-protection circuits including input overdrive, forward power, reflected power, over-temperature, operating current and operating voltage. The SSPA is force air-cooled using variable speed blowers and includes an integrated AC/DC power supply system.

The system controller provides a user-friendly interface for monitoring and control of the SSPA. RS485 and Ethernet interfaces provide the user with local/remote monitoring and control via PC GUI, Web GUI and SNMP. The optional, indoor control cabinet, with system controller, dehydrator and/or PDU, provides a convenient means to power and control the SSPA system. The indoor system controller communicates with the SSPA system controller to provide a front panel display for local monitoring and control.

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