Frequency Synthesizers

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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer features low phase noise.

Operating in L-band at 1,720 MHz, SFS1720A-LF features typical phase noise of -96 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset and typical sideband spurs of -70 dBc. RoHS-compliant single frequency synthesizer delivers typical output power of 6 dBm with VCO voltage supply of 5 Vdc while drawing 35 mA (typ) and PLL voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 9 mA (typ) over -40 to +85°C range. Offering typical second harmonic...

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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer features low phase noise.
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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer features low phase noise.

Operating at 2,365 MHz, Model SFS2365A-LF features typical phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 KHz offset and typical sideband spurs of -70 dBc. Unit delivers typical output power of 6 dBm with VCO voltage supply of 5 Vdc while drawing 40 mA and phased locked loop voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 9 mA over temperature range of -40 to 85°C. Housed in PLL-V12N package measuring 0.60 x 0.60 x 0.13 in.,...

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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer features low phase noise.
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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer features low phase noise.

Operating at 1,609 MHz, Model SFS1609A-LF features typical phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and typical sideband spurs of -70 dBc. Unit delivers output power of 6 dBm with VCO voltage supply of 5 Vdc while drawing 35 mA, and phase locked loop voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 9 mA over temperature range of -40 to 85°C. Housed in PLL-V12N package measuring 0.60 x 0.60 x 0.13 in.,...

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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer operates at 2,476 MHz.
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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer operates at 2,476 MHz.

Housed in PLL-V12N package measuring 0.60 x 0.60 x 0.13 in., Model SFS2476A-LF features typical phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and typical sideband spurs of -70 dBc. Device delivers output power of 6 dBm with VCO voltage supply of 5 Vdc while drawing 35 mA and phase locked loop voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 9 mA over temperature range of -40 to 85°C. With 2nd harmonic suppression of...

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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer has low phase noise figure.
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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer has low phase noise figure.

Operating at 6,520 MHz, SFS6520A-LF offers typical phase noise of -90 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz offset and typical sideband spurs of -65 dBc. This RoHS-compliant, C-band product delivers typical output power of 6 dBm with VCO voltage supply of 5 Vdc while drawing 40 mA (typ) and phase locked loop voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 11 mA (typ) over -40 to +80ºC range. Featuring typical second harmonic...

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PLL Synthesizer targets FMCW radar systems.

Housed in 4 x 4 mm 24-lead LFCSP package, 6.1 GHz Model ADF4158 allows programmability and configurability without dependence on VCO linearity. Device features 25-bit modulus, which allows sub-hertz frequency resolution. Operating from 2.7-3.3 V supply, synthesizer offers ramp delay, ramp frequency readback, and ramp interruption. It is suitable for FMCW radar systems in automotive, aerospace,...

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Low-Jitter Frequency Synthesizers facilitate timing design.
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Low-Jitter Frequency Synthesizers facilitate timing design.

Intended for high-speed systems, MAX3671/MAX3673 utilize low-noise VCO and PLL architecture to generate high-frequency (312.5 MHz), low-jitter (0.3 psRMS) clock signals from 62.5 MHz reference-clock input. They offer 9 phase-aligned LVPECL outputs, operate from 3.3 V ±5%, and may be configured through three 4-level control inputs. While MAX3671 simultaneously generates 2 different frequencies...

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PLL/Synthesizer has low phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz.
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PLL/Synthesizer has low phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz.

Housed in compact 0.582 x 0.8 x 0.15 in. SMD package, CPLL58-4240-4240 operates at 4,240 MHz with step size of 2,500 kHz and is programmed using standard 3 line interface (data, clock, and load enable). It integrates VCO and PLL in single package and needs only external frequency reference and supply voltages of 5 and 3 Vdc, respectively, for internal VCO and PLL. Second harmonic suppression is...

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PLL/Synthesizer operates from 3,900-4,300 MHz.
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PLL/Synthesizer operates from 3,900-4,300 MHz.

With typical step size of 2,500 KHz, model CPLL58-3900-4300 wraps VCO around PLL in 0.582 x 0.8 x 0.15 in. SMD package and requires only external frequency reference and supply voltages. It is programmed using standard 3-line interface - data, clock, and load enable - and exhibits typ phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset with min output power of 3 dBm. VCO voltage is 5 Vdc, PLL voltage is 3...

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