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Saelig Introduces Compact 150 MHz Wideband Signal Amplifier

Saelig Company, Inc. has announced the introduction of the A10150 Wideband Signal Amplifier, a new high frequency module with more than 150MHz bandwidth and output of up to 20Vp-p into 50 ohms, with transition times of less than 1.8ns.  Model A10150 HF Amplifier is an ultra-small footprint, wideband, DC-coupled signal amplifier designed for high frequency, low distortion waveform amplification.

 The A10150 HF Amplifier was designed as a “snap-on” accessory for the Tabor WaveXciter Models WS8351/2, both having a maximum amplitude of 4Vp-p, which can be limiting for applications requiring higher drive voltages.  The A10150 HF Amplifier gives the WS RF signal generators greater abilities for situations requiring up to 32Vp-p output into high impedance loads, without compromising signal integrity.  While the A10150 HF Amplifier was designed as an add-on for Tabor’s award-winning signal sources, it can be used as a standalone amplifier for any signal source.

For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig at 1-888-7SAELIG, via email: info@saelig.com, or visit www.saelig.com.

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