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I am a student and woukd be very much helpful with your information..I am involved in a satellite projecta and is finding a rf amplifier that can be used in satellite.Siri need to purchase a rf power amplifier that can be used with 435 MHZ that can provide a gain of 20dbm ..Input power =10dBm
Output power=30dBm...Kindly help me out sir
The frequency 1Ghz you are refering is your carrier frequency that will stand as a medium channel in your data transmission. If you are going to send inforrmation in wireless way, then the power 1W is to much. No need to amplify. This can cause jamming to FM stations in your area.