Souderton, PA -- AR Modular RF has taken orders and begun shipments of the latest version KMW1031 amplifier
. The KMW1031 is the latest and improved version of it's popular 20W man-pack tactical radio booster amplifier
. This new fully automatic version is smaller, uses the latest state of the art amplification devices such that it can be powered from one UBI-2590 or similar battery, and can be used in both 12 and 24 VDC vehicles. Like its predecessor the KMW1031 is fully submersible, with fully automatic band switching offering a minimum output of 20 watts across the full band of 30 – 512 MHz. It has automatic high speed switching of its internal filters to allow SINCGARS and other hopping modes across the full spectrum. Like both previous models it includes vehicle voltage suppression circuits, RF sensing Tx/Rx switching, and has an Automatic Leveling Control (ALC) that handles inputs from 1 to 10 Watts.
Typical of AR Modular RF's amplifiers, the KMW1031 is rugged, dependable, compact, flexible and easy to use. It is capable of being used for Line of Sight, Satellite and SINCGARS hopping modes of operation, and can be used with all current tactical waveforms. Like all of the company's military communications amplifiers, the KMW1031 is built to withstand severe tactical operations environments.
The KMW1031 is the latest in a line of "Battle Tested" tactical radio amplifiers all of which have already proven that they can stand up to the toughest military conditions. Other amplifiers in the series are the 50 Watt KMW1040, the 125 Watt KMW2030, and the 200 Watt SatCom KMW2050.