• DataWaveRF ULNA 0.55dB Noise Figure Pre-Amplifier UHF VHF Outdoor TV Antenna Ultra Low Noise Pre Amplifier For Low Frequency Noise

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DataWaveRF ULNA 0.55dB Noise Figure Pre-Amplifier UHF VHF Outdoor TV Antenna Ultra Low Noise Pre Amplifier For Low Frequency Noise

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Specifications:

Technology : GaAs pHEMT MMIC ( Gallium Arsenide - pseudo High Electron Mobility Transistor - Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit )
 
Frequency Range : 50 - 900 MHz
 
Noise Figure : : 0.42 ~ 0.55dB Noise Figure (0.42dB@100MHz / 0.47db@400MHz / 0.55dB@800MHz / 0.59dB@900MHz)
 
Gain : 22dB (nominal)
( 27dB@100MHz / 23dB@500MHz / 21dB@800MHz / 19dB@900MHz )
 
Maximum Input : 27dBm (500mW)
 
Output P1dB : 22.3dBm ~ 23dBm (22.3dBm@100MHz / 22.7dBm@400MHz / 23dBm@900MHz)
 
OIP3 : 36dBm (minimum, 50-900 MHz)
 
ESD Protection : 3-Stage, ESD Diode, Gas-Discharge-Tube
 
Power : 3~5vdc, 75-120mA, 90mA Typical, Internal "Bias-T" Power Insertion via coaxial RF output connector
 
RF Connectors : SMA/F ("SMA" native, "F"-type receptacle connectors via SMA/F adapters)
 
Dimensions : 47mm x 32mm x 15mm, length overall 113mm (with "F-type" receptacle connectors installed)
 
Environment : -40 ~ +85 C., Hermetically Sealed Weatherproof Enclosure
 
 
Typical RF Performance - Application Circuit Data with VD = 5V, ID = 90 mA
 Parameter
 
  Unit  
 
  0.8 GHz     0.9 GHz      1.0 GHz   
 
  1.7 GHz   
 
   1.8 GHz   
 
  1.9 GHz     2.0 GHz     2.1 GHz      2.2 GHz 
 Small Signal Gain  dB  19.6 18.7 17.9 13.8 13.5  12.9 12.7  12.2 11.9
 Noise figure  dB  0.52  0.55  0.79 0.75 0.81  0.83  0.90  0.91  0.98
 Output IP3  dBm  38.4  38.5  39.0 39.2 39.5  39.5  39.8  39.8  39.9
 Output P1dB  dBm  22.3  22.4  22.5 22.6 22.6  22.7  22.7  22.7  22.7
 Input Return Loss  dB  17.1  17.5  17.5 17.5 17.5  18.5  18.5  18.5  18.0
 Output Return Loss   dB  16.0  16.0  15.5 14.0 14.0  14.5  15.0  15.5  16.0
 Reverse Isolation  dB  24.5  24.0  23.0 18.5 18.5  18.0  18.0  17.5  17.0
Test Conditions: VD = 5V, ID = 90 mA, 0IP3 Tone Spacing = 1 MHz, POUT per tone = 0 dBm, TL = 25°C, ZS = ZL = 50Ω
 
INSTALLATION GUIDE for Digital Television Usage (READ ME FIRST!)

 
This Installation Guide provides installation and connection instructions that must be carefully observed to avoid damage to the product which can be caused by improper connections introducing (IMPORTANT) exposure to Electrostatic Transients/Discharge.
 
GROUNDING PRACTICE ( IMPORTANT ! )

 
Proper grounding of the antenna system is NECESSARY and ESSENTIAL for avoiding static electricity charge build-up at the antenna and associated equipment, e.g., coaxial cable, antenna mount/tower, television/receiver, etc.
 
Proper grounding is also required by applicable Electrical Codes for protection to structures/domiciles against lightning strike.
 
Proper Grounding Equipment :

I. #8-gauge Wire (or heavier) solid copper continuous piece connected securely to all of :
  1. Antenna (preffered), or Antenna Mast
  2. Amplifier Input/Output Coaxial Cable
  3. Antenna Mounting Structure, i.e., Tower or Tripod, etc.
  4. Grounding Rod in Earth

TIPS:

(Tip-1) In case there is no coaxial shield ground connection at the Antenna : Use an "F-Type" coaxial ground block thru connector/union at the Amplifier Input or at the Output coaxial connector to provide a screw clamped connection for the grounding wire.

(Tip-2) The grounding wire can be electrically bonded to the mast, tripod, tower, etc., using a "U-bolt" style clamp. Once the grounding wire is attached, weather-proof the connection point by covering with silicone dielectric grease or silicone waterproof sealant and covering with electrical tape.

II. Grounding Rod, Solid Copper, Minimum 0.5-inch Diameter or cross-section, Minimum 8-feet length.

 

III. (2) Grounding Rod Clamps, for redundant connection of Grounding Wire to Grounding Rod.

 

IV. Another "F-Type" coaxial ground block thru connector/union near the ingress point of the home/structure.

 

IMPORTANT CONNECTION SEQUENCE ! :

1st -> All grounding system wire connections : Continuous length grounding wire connected from the Antenna to Grounding Rod, to home/structure ingress point grounding block.

2nd -> Install all segments of the Coaxial Cable run from the Antenna/Amplifier grounding block to the building ingress grounding block, to the COAXIAL DC INSERTER+ AMPLIFIER CONNECTOR (color coded RED), and then to Reciever/Television Connector (color coded BLACK) DO NOT APPLY POWER YET.

 

3rd -> Insert the Amplifier into the coaxial cable end before the antenna, CONNECT OUTPUT SIDE (also color coded RED) FIRST, to assure ground discharge path through the coaxial cable downlead.

Do not connect the ULNA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier UNTIL all other connections are installed, ONLY LASTLY CONNECT THE UNLA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier Input to the Antenna (color coded BLACK) connector.

Note: Destructive electrostatic voltages can be present while handling and moving to the coaxial cable, and performing grounding connections, etc.

Do not introduce DC Power to the ULNA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier, until ALL other connections are completed.

4th/LAST -> After all other connections have been made and there is a continuous coaxial cable connection from (a) the Antenna, (b) through the Amplifier, (c) through the DC Injector, (d) and to the Receiver/Television, (e) including all grounding system connections : Now turn on the Receiver/Television, and insert the AC Power Adapter into the AC power receptacle.

You have completed the installation.

**Some restrictions apply, not available to all address locations, 2 Day gaurantee not available to PO Boxes

INSTALLATION GUIDE for Digital Television Usage (READ ME FIRST!)

 
This Installation Guide provides installation and connection instructions that must be carefully observed to avoid damage to the product which can be caused by improper connections introducing (IMPORTANT) exposure to Electrostatic Transients/Discharge.
 
GROUNDING PRACTICE ( IMPORTANT ! )

 
Proper grounding of the antenna system is NECESSARY and ESSENTIAL for avoiding static electricity charge build-up at the antenna and associated equipment, e.g., coaxial cable, antenna mount/tower, television/receiver, etc.
 
Proper grounding is also required by applicable Electrical Codes for protection to structures/domiciles against lightning strike.
 
Proper Grounding Equipment :

I. #8-gauge Wire (or heavier) solid copper continuous piece connected securely to all of :
  1. Antenna (preffered), or Antenna Mast
  2. Amplifier Input/Output Coaxial Cable
  3. Antenna Mounting Structure, i.e., Tower or Tripod, etc.
  4. Grounding Rod in Earth

TIPS:

(Tip-1) In case there is no coaxial shield ground connection at the Antenna : Use an "F-Type" coaxial ground block thru connector/union at the Amplifier Input or at the Output coaxial connector to provide a screw clamped connection for the grounding wire.

(Tip-2) The grounding wire can be electrically bonded to the mast, tripod, tower, etc., using a "U-bolt" style clamp. Once the grounding wire is attached, weather-proof the connection point by covering with silicone dielectric grease or silicone waterproof sealant and covering with electrical tape.

II. Grounding Rod, Solid Copper, Minimum 0.5-inch Diameter or cross-section, Minimum 8-feet length.

 

III. (2) Grounding Rod Clamps, for redundant connection of Grounding Wire to Grounding Rod.

 

IV. Another "F-Type" coaxial ground block thru connector/union near the ingress point of the home/structure.

 

IMPORTANT CONNECTION SEQUENCE ! :

1st -> All grounding system wire connections : Continuous length grounding wire connected from the Antenna to Grounding Rod, to home/structure ingress point grounding block.

2nd -> Install all segments of the Coaxial Cable run from the Antenna/Amplifier grounding block to the building ingress grounding block, to the COAXIAL DC INSERTER+ AMPLIFIER CONNECTOR (color coded RED), and then to Reciever/Television Connector (color coded BLACK) DO NOT APPLY POWER YET.

 

3rd -> Insert the Amplifier into the coaxial cable end before the antenna, CONNECT OUTPUT SIDE (also color coded RED) FIRST, to assure ground discharge path through the coaxial cable downlead.

Do not connect the ULNA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier UNTIL all other connections are installed, ONLY LASTLY CONNECT THE UNLA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier Input to the Antenna (color coded BLACK) connector.

Note: Destructive electrostatic voltages can be present while handling and moving to the coaxial cable, and performing grounding connections, etc.

Do not introduce DC Power to the ULNA-0.55dB_NF/F Ultra-Low-Noise RF Amplifier, until ALL other connections are completed.

4th/LAST -> After all other connections have been made and there is a continuous coaxial cable connection from (a) the Antenna, (b) through the Amplifier, (c) through the DC Injector, (d) and to the Receiver/Television, (e) including all grounding system connections : Now turn on the Receiver/Television, and insert the AC Power Adapter into the AC power receptacle.

You have completed the installation.

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