Equipment information:

Electronic Navigation Industries 525LA Amplifier
Manufacturer:
Electronic Navigation Industries
Model: 525LA
Date:
Category: Radio, Communication
Group: Amplifier
Description: BROADBAND POWER AMPLIFIER
Information:
                                    The Model 525LA is a general purpose broadband amplifier
capable of more than 25 watts of linear power output when
driven by any laboratory signal or sweep generator frcm 1.0
to 500 MHz.
In ultra linear Class A design, the 525LA will "boost" the
output of any signal source by a flat 50 dB (±1.5 dB) and
provide its full forward output power into any load
impedance (frcm an open to a short circuit). Its output is a
faithful reproduction of the input waveform for AM, EM, SSB,
CATV, pulse and other complex modulations. Although
specified only over the 1.0 to 500 MHz frequency range the
amplifier is typically usable frcm 0.5 to 520 MHz.
fin integral power supply and cooling system permits
operation over a wide band of temperature and AC line
conditions.
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
Physical and electrical specifications are listed in Table 1.1.
1.3 INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION
Each amplifier is identified by a serial nunber tag on the
back panel of the unit. Both the model number and serial
nunber should be given in any correspondence with the company.
The use of stud mounted UEF transistors on microstrip
circuit borcls makes the 525LA both reliable and easy to
service.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Electronic Navigation Industries -- 525LA -- Service and User Manual
File name: ENI-7557-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 30
Size: 1.13 Mbytes (1189197 Bytes)
Language: english
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