We introduce you a new line of the TiTAN family – the TiTAN-J power amplifier for the frequency ranges 433/868/915 MHz.
When using antennas with a high gain (from 2 dBi) located at a height of 1.5 meters and above in an open space, it is possible to achieve a reliable communication range of over 10 km with the help of these amplifiers. The use of directional antennas can increase the communication range by almost 2 times.
Attention! We ask you to familiarize yourself with the laws of your country on the use of radio frequencies and the power of transmitters. You can change the output power of the amplifier by changing the power at its input. With an input signal of 5 dBm, the output signal will be about 22.8 dBm, with an input signal of 0 dBm, the output signal will be about 17.8 dBm, and with an input signal of -5 dBm, the output signal will be about 12.8 dBm. You can convert dBm to Watts using the on-line calculator at https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/power/dBm_to_Watt.html
Receiver/transmitter side connector – UFL(IPX);
Antenna side connector – SMA;
Board size – 33 x 25 mm;
Supply voltage – 5V;
Receiving/transmitting mode control;
The maximum input power of the power amplifier (PA) is 15 dBm;
The output power of the power amplifier (PA) towards the antenna is 27 dBm (approximately 0.5 W with an input signal of 10 dBm (10 mW));
Gain of a low-noise amplifier from the antenna towards the receiver (LNA) – 22..30 dBm;
The figures show changes at a frequency of 431 MHz in the output power of the power amplifier (PA) at an input power from a 10 dBm (10 mW) transmitter, a low-noise amplifier (LNA) at an input signal on an antenna of -80 dBm and a low-noise amplifier (LNA) at an input signal on an antenna of -100 dBm with accumulation of results.
To achieve the best result, the power supply of the amplifier must be supplied with a wire with a cross section of at least 0.5 mm2 and a length of no more than 100 mm.