VCO Features Phase Noise Of ?119 dBc/Hz At 10-kHz Offset

Jan. 26, 2010
The ZRO1820A1LF VCO operates at L-band from 1818 to 1822 MHz with tuning voltages from +0.5 to +4.5 VDC. This oscillator features typical phase noise of -119 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and typical tuning sensitivity of 5 MHz/V. The ZRO1820A1LF is ...

The ZRO1820A1LF VCO operates at L-band from 1818 to 1822 MHz with tuning voltages from +0.5 to +4.5 VDC. This oscillator features typical phase noise of -119 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and typical tuning sensitivity of 5 MHz/V. The ZRO1820A1LF is designed to deliver typical output power of +4.5 dBm from a +5-VDC supply while drawing 20 mA (typical) over the temperature range of -40 to +85C. It features typical second-harmonic suppression of -25 dBc. The oscillator provides load impedance of 50 with 50 pF input capacitance. The device comes in a MINI-16-SM surface-mounted package measuring 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.22 in. It is available in tapeand- reel packaging for production requirements. Delivery is from stock to four weeks.

Z-Communications, Inc., 9939 Via Pasar, San Diego, CA 92126; (858) 621-2700, FAX: (858) 621-2722, e-mail: [email protected], Internet: www.zcomm.com.

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