L-Band VCO Operates At 1560 MHz

April 16, 2009
A VoLtAge-controLLed osciLLAtor (Vco) has debuted for fixed wireless and test and measurement applications that require superior second-harmonic suppression and low-phase-noise performance. the model Zro1560A1LF operates in L-band at 1560 Mhz ...

A VoLtAge-controLLed osciLLAtor (Vco) has debuted for fixed wireless and test and measurement applications that require superior second-harmonic suppression and low-phase-noise performance. the model Zro1560A1LF operates in L-band at 1560 Mhz with a tuning voltage range of 0 to 5 Vdc. this Vco features typical phase noise of 121 dBc/hz at 10 khz offset and a typical tuning sensitivity of 0.7 Mhz/V. the Zro1560A1LF typically delivers output power of 0 dBm at a +5-Vdc supply while drawing 18 mA over the temperature range of 40 to +85c. the Vco features typical second-harmonic suppression of 30 dBc and measures 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.22 in. it is available in tapeand- reel packaging for production requirements.

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

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