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javiergb
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Hello,

I have a CYBERMAXFM+ 15W FM transmitter, but I need more RF power. Could I use this transmitter in combination
with your 300W DIGITAL FM AMPLIFIER in 19-inch rack.

If I get this amplifier ... do i need something more?

My CyberMaxFM+ 15W is working fine right now.

Thanks,

Javier
Thu Feb 15, 2007 8:24 pm View user's profile Send private message
pcs
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Of course you can, however you would have to reduce your power a bit
to 4W or so. Than let me know that you want your 300W amplifier to
be modified to accept 4W input power and we will do this for you.

Its best to use a bit more than 1W and insert attenuator between the amp
and exciter, it creates a broadband perfect match between the two.

In short, yes you can.

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How far you can transmitt now??? With 15w??
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