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IHSG (International Ham Stores Group) one of Europe’s largest importers, distributors and retailers of ham and hobby radio products, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Beko Elektronik high quality amplifiers after being awarded sole reseller status in the UK and Ireland.
BEKO-Elektronik (BEKO) are renowned for their very high quality VHF/UHF amplifiers having both high efficiency and delivering high spectral purity performance. Some of the top products delivered by BEKO include the HLV-1000, a 1KW 2m amplifier that can be supplied with input drive levels to suit the individual user. These can be as low as 7dBm to 25 Watts to deliver the full 1kW output. BEKO amplifiers will therefore compliment major radio brands supplied by IHSG such as Elecraft, Flex Radio and Expert Electronics all of which have low power output at VHF/UHF.
Model variants are available which provide up to 2kW on 2m, 1,5KW on 70cms and 800 Watts on 23cms and finally the range is completed by one 50/70MHz dual band amplifier, the HLV- 950 which provides 1 kW on 50MHz with around 60% of the total 50MHz output being available on 70MHz and the HLV-1950 which provides 2 kW on 50MHz.
BEKO’s low input, high efficiency amplifiers have become a standard for the professional VHF/UHF and Microwave ham who requires the best in terms of performance durability and reliability.
All BEKO Models will be available for purchase via all IHSG websites (Nevada, InnovAntennas, Waters & Stanton and JayCee electronics Scotland) as of mid-January 2017, although orders are being taken now. Any amplifier can be ordered with specific input specifications to suit the user needs and delivery time for custom amplifiers is between 7 and 10 days.
IHSG was formed in 2016 by three major ham and hobby radio companies in the UK, Nevada Group, Waters & Stanton and InnovAntennas. IHSG provides a one-stop-shop for the serious ham and hobbyist providing both the best equipment and solid, unbiased advice.
About BEKO Elektronik
The BEKO company was founded in 1985 by Bernhard Korte as engineering office for high frequency
technology. The main activity is the development and manufacturing of rf power amplifiers and
rf subsystems. Refering to more than 30 years know how in special fields of rf-technology, BEKO can offer reliable solutions even for customer specifiedrequests. BEKO’s capability covers the wide
range from industrial over medical up to military applications, which is proved by well-known
customers and companies.
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