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manuko
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Tengo una duda...
Tengo el Max pro I y deseo llegar a 100 Watts de Potencia. Si añado el Amplificador RF de 150W pero trabajo con una entrada de potencia menor a 4 watts. Puedo conseguir los 100 Watts que necesito?

I have a question...
I have the Max pro I and desire to have 100 Watts of Power. If I add the PCS Electronics 150W Amplifier but I work with power input smaller than 4 watts. Can I get the 100 Watts that I need?

Gracias

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En la descripción de la amplificador, se dice que con modificación puede aceptar una entrada de potencia a 1 watt. Me parece que puede obtener por lo menos 100 watts. Mientras, debe entrada 1 watt o más.

In the amplifier's description, it says that with modification you can input 1 watt. You should be able to get at least 100 watts. However, you must input 1 watt or more.

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Exactly, the 100W amplifier needs at least around 1W to
give 100-150W of power. You can drive it with MAX PRO I,
but you need to use a small supplied attenuator which
attenuates the power down to about 1W.

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lo tendré en cuenta cuando decida amplificar la señal. Y tanto a Marko como a los amigos del Forun solicitaré sus ideas y consejos... gracias!

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Una idea otra, cerca podemos tener nuevo modelo de amplificador
que necesita ~8-10W para obtener 125-150W y que tiene una protection
de temperatura y SWR. Espero que tarda 3-4 semanas.

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Me indicas cuando estará el equipo en tu website. Sería una fabulosa idea. Es decir que puede trabajar muy bien con el MaxPro? Estaré atento!

Gracias

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Puede ideal para MAX PRO III y 15W booster.

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