Gain: 12 dB into 50 Ω (inverting) Gain flatness: <1 dB (DC to 100 MHz) Crosstalk: -60 dB (at 1 MHz), -40 dB (full BW) VSWR: 1.2:1 (DC to 100 MHz), 1.6:1 (DC to 300 MHz) Isolation (output to input): -70 dB (DC to 1 MHz), -40 dB (full BW) Slew rate: 4000 V/µs Output amplitude: ±10 V (into 50 Ω) Peak output current: 1 A (into ≤7 Ω) Average output current: 500 mA (sum of both channels) Output impedance: 3.3 Ω Input impedance: 50 Ω Input offset voltage: 1 mV (trimmable) Input bias current: 10 µA (trimmable) Operating temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C, non-condensing Interface: Serial via SIM interface Connectors: BNC (4 front), DB15 (male) SIM interface
Power: Power supplied by the SIM900 Mainframe, or optionally by a user-provided DC power supply (±15 V and +5 V) Dimensions: 1.5" × 3.6"× 7.0" (WHL) Weight:1.4 lbs. Warranty: One year parts and labor on defects in materials and workmanship
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DC to 300 MHz bandwidth
±10 V output voltage
Up to 1 A output current
<1 dB flatness
4000 V/µs slew rate
2 independent channels
The SIM954 Amplifier is a 300 MHz, dual-channel inverting amplifier that delivers up to ±10 V of output voltage and up to 1 A of output current.
The amplifier can be used to drive many types of light laboratory loads (including inductive and capacitive loads) without imposing the limitations and high cost of typical RF power amplifiers.