Synthesizing Stable Microwave Signals (.PDF Download)

Frequency synthesis has long represented a means of generating high-frequency signals that remain stable over time and temperature. At RF and microwave frequencies, many different synthesis techniques exist, based on analog and digital components and presenting many different tradeoffs in terms of size, cost, and performance, but the many different requirements for stable RF/microwave signals have justified the use of many different frequency synthesis methods, using both analog and digital

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