MX920 Base Station/Repeater
Low Power ConsumptionThe MX920 is ideally suited for remote repeater locations that are powered from Solar Panels. Current consumption is very low at 230mA typical when receiving a signal or in standby mode. Low current consumption of the MX920 receiver and main controller is achieved by using low power components while at the same time retaining the full RF specifications and performance. Current consumption during transmit is also 20% lower than previous technologies.
Advanced Programming CapabilitiesThe MX920 can be easily re-configured using a built in terminal emulation menu system. It also provides a Technician with diagnostic and alignment tools.
Elimination of Hardware Setup
Power Supply SystemBy adhering to the 13.8V DC industry standard, the MX920 retains the benefits of simplicity, efficiency and low cost of ownership. Inferior 28V designs suffer from reduced Transmitter VSWR rudgeness and the added cost and inefficiency of DC to DC converters.
Complete Remote AccessibilityComprehensive remote control and diagnostics is available via the high speed serial port.
Wide Band TechnologySpectra Engineering’s designs feature the widest bandwidth in the industry. Previously, the RF Power Amplifier in a Transmitter restricted the available full power Bandwidth. New technology now changes those rules with new generation Power Amplifiers exceeding 80MHz Bandwidth whilst attaining even greater levels of efficiency.
Internal Modular DesignBy cutting the number of module assemblies to just two, and greatly simplifying the construction techniques, a cost saving is passed to the end user. The MX920 incorporates automatic Plug n Play changeover of these modules. Being purpose designed and built from the very start, servicing is a breeze with the flat internal layout. By only removing the cover plates, even while in situ, one can access every component within the MX920 while still operating and fully connected.