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Telemakus Touting Millimeter-wave Synthesized Source

June 4, 2011
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At IMS 2011, Telemakus will be spotlighting its first millimeter-wave product, the TEG26500-5 synthesized signal generator, from Booth 2507, RFMW's booth. This USB controlled signal generator adds to the growing family of low phase noise generator products in the Telemakus test equipment family. Operating from 24 to 26.5 GHz with +5 dBm output power, the TEG26500-5 offers -85 dBc/Hz phase noise at 100 KHz offset and a minimum step size of 1 KHz. The RF connector is 2.92 mm (K) female and the DC/control connector is USB type A. Flash memory contains all necessary installation files for Windows XP or Vista. Weighing less than 1 oz., this generator is one of the smallest on the market and can be carried in a pocket or tool box.

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