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http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-3G-800-850-MHz-Mobile-Amplifier-Repeater-Booster-/261115991582?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&hash=item3ccbb9d61e

Is there any smallish processor that can handle this signal? or an IC that amplifies this signal?...

I'm curious how a 3G amplifier would be accomplished in a home made project?
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I think its just two RF amplifiers covering the uplink and downlink frequency bands
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that simple huh smiley - thanks ....
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You woudn't say that if you had to design a UHF / microwave amplifier from scratch smiley
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