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API™ RF Signal Extender for SecNet 11

Designed to improve warfighter communications, the API™ RF Signal Extender is a highly portable, plug-in amplifier/power supply solution that vastly extends the outdoor range of SecNet 11.  The power amplifier can then be attached to the antenna mount plate on the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle. Overall, the solution is easy to deploy and can significantly improve the availability of secure wireless communications.

Features: 
  • MIL-STD-1275 compliant
  • Extends range of SecNet 11 for up to 5 miles
Benefits: 
  • Ideal for use in a variety of ground mobile applications
  • Supports both SecNet 11 low and high power modes
  • Lightweight, highly portable and ruggedized
  • Easily attaches to MRAP antenna
Specifications: 

Amplifier

  • Dimension: 1.65” (42 mm) diameter / 5.25” (133 mm) long (includes RF connectors)
  • Enclosure: Weatherproof, machined aluminum
  • Weight: 8.8 oz. (249 g)
  • Connectors: Type N male to antenna port and N female to radio port

Power Supply/ Bias-T

  • Dimension: 4.10” x 3.40” x 1.16” (includes RF connectors)
  • Enclosure: Machined aluminum housing with clear iridite finish
  • Weight: 6.0 oz. (226 g)
  • Manual Override Switch: Bypass and normal mode
  • Connectors: Type N female both ends

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