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Before a signal is sent to the satellite, it is amplified using high power amplifiers. A signal can be amplified mechanically in a number of ways before being uplinked to the satellite.
The type of amplifier one chooses is influenced by a variety of variables. In an uplink design, linearity, efficiency, dependability, and affordability are crucial factors.
The Global Satellite uplink amplifier market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The R&S PKU amplifier from Rohde & Schwarz family uses solid-state enabling technology in place of conventional tube-based amplifier systems, representing a novel and fundamentally different approach to satellite amplifiers.
A product that is easy to incorporate into current satellite systems, small, light, and power-efficient has been created by Rohde & Schwarz.
For its uplink amplifiers, Rohde & Schwarz has designed two power classes: Both indoor and outdoor 400W and 750W variants are offered for the two frequency ranges of 12.75 GHz to 13.25 GHz and 13.75 GHz to 14.5 GHz.
The smaller amplifier can also be utilised for mobile, vehicle-mounted satellite applications at the same time.
The PKU100 amplifiers offer adaptive linearization as an optional feature. Signal linearization is important in satellite uplink amplifiers because it results in a much cleaner output signal.
Although signal linearization has been a feature of many tube-based amplifiers, solid-state amplifiers have not yet been able to incorporate it.
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