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CRO Yields 5800 MHz

Oct. 20, 2011
Model CVCO55CXT-5800-5800 is a coaxial resonator oscillator (CRO) with internal frequency doubler. The combination results in output power of 0 dBm at an output frequency of 5800 MHz. The source has a tuning voltage range of 0.5 to 4.5 ...
Model CVCO55CXT-5800-5800 is a coaxial resonator oscillator (CRO) with internal frequency doubler. The combination results in output power of 0 dBm at an output frequency of 5800 MHz. The source has a tuning voltage range of 0.5 to 4.5 VDC and exhibits typical phase noise of -100 dBc/Hz offset 10 kHz from the carrier, The typical current consumption is 15 mA maximum at +8 VDC into a 50-Ω load. The CVCO55CXT-5800- 5800 CRO is packaged in the industry-standard 0.5-in x 0.5-in package. Pushing and pulling are both minimized to 1.5 MHz/V and 0.5 MHz, respectively. Second harmonic suppression is typically -30 dBc. The CVCO55CXT-5800- 5800 is ideal for use in applications such as digital radio equipment, fixed wireless access, satellite communications systems, and base stations.

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