VCO Tunes From 1915 To 1925 MHz

Nov. 5, 2009
Model CRO1920C-LF is a RoHS-compliant voltage-controlled oscillator designed for L-band applications from 1915 to 1925 MHz from Z-Communications. It employs tuning voltages of 0 to 5 V and achieves typical tuning sensitivity of 6 MHz/V. It provides ...

Model CRO1920C-LF is a RoHS-compliant voltage-controlled oscillator designed for L-band applications from 1915 to 1925 MHz from Z-Communications. It employs tuning voltages of 0 to 5 V and achieves typical tuning sensitivity of 6 MHz/V. It provides typical output power of +3 dBm while drawing 18 mA typical current from a +8-VDC supply. The VCO exhibits typical phase noise of -119 dBc/Hz offset 10 kHz from the carrier. It has typical second-harmonic suppression of -15 dBc. The VCO, which is supplied in the firm's standard MINI-16-SM package measuring just 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.22 in., is available in tape-and-reel format for use with automated assembly equipment. It is ideal for fixed-wireless and satellite-communications (satcom) systems.

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