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RT91 40W RF Power Amplifier for Amateur Radio

£75.00

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  • Dual-mode for Digital and Analog RadioAutomatic recognition of digital and analog systems. Use for DMR, dPMR, D-STAR, C4FM, analog FM, etc.

1, Portable and lightweight

RT91 measures just 139x115x36mm and weigh just 700g making it the perfect companion for field operation without adding a lot of weight.

2, Cleaner Output signal

Harmonic filters on the input allow the amplifier to transmit a cleaner output signal. It will transmit a cleaner, purer signal from your handheld two way radios

3, Support the Handheld Radio.

Our Amplifier RT91 will also work with any handheld radio that outputs 2W–6W. Please check the frequency range before buying this Amplifier, if your radio is with the UHF range, please choose UHF. Otherwise, choose the VHF.

4, Supported Amplification Modes

This  Amplifier RT91 operates from 136-174 MHz or 400-480 MHZ, can be used for analog FM, P25 Phase 1, C4FM (System Fusion), NXDN, IDAS, dPMR, and     MPT1327 modes.

5, Built-In Loud-Speaker

When you connect your handheld radio with the radio control cable; the amplifier will use its own loud 4W built-in speaker to broadcast the incoming audio.

 

Three Primary Modes of Amplification:


Radio Controlled
Connect the antenna output of the handheld transceiver to the RF-IN connector on the rear panel of the amplifier with the Radio to Amplifier RF cable. Transmit and receive right on the Handheld radio - while your output signal is amplified.




Accessory Controlled
Connect the antenna output of the handheld transceiver to the RF-IN connector on the rear panel of the amplifier with the Radio to Amplifier RF cable. Connect a speaker microphone, headset, or compatible accessory to the radio. Transmit and receive right on the accessory connected to the Handheld radio - while your output signal is amplified.



Amplifier Controlled
Connect the speaker microphone to the MIC jack on the front panel of the amplifier. Connect the antenna output of the handheld transceiver to the RF IN connector on the rear panel of the amplifier with the Radio to Amplifier RF cable. Connect the accessory port of your radio to the Control jack on the front panel of the amplifier using the Amplifier Control Cable. Transmit and receive using the speaker microphone on the amplifier while incoming audio is relayed through the loud amplifier speaker.

 

Spec

Specification:

     Frequency    range UHF:400-480MHz VHF:136-174MH
Power    supply DC    13.8V (±15%)
Input    RF power 2-6W    (±10%)
Output    RF power 20-40W
Current 4.0-5.5A
Size 139x115x36mm
Net    weight(Only Amplifier) 693g

RETEVIS RT91 40W RF Power Amplifier function detail

RT91 40W RF Power Amplifier for Amateur Radio

£75.00