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Articles Tagged with ''frequency''

Pasternack announces new line of voltage controlled oscillators

Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has added an all new product line of voltage controlled oscillators covering select bands from 10 MHz to 11 GHz in a variety of package options. This line of voltage controlled oscillators is most commonly deployed in applications such as phase locked loops, frequency synthesizers, electronic jamming equipment and function generators.


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Custom MMIC's GaAs MMIC frequency multipliers span 8 to 40 GHz

Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has expanded its standard product portfolio with three new frequency multipliers/doublers. The multiplier family now covers output frequencies from 8 to 40 GHz, with both passive and active architectures. The active multipliers offer high output power for driving mixers directly, while their passive counterparts offer low phase noise with a lower output power.


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Pasternack introduces in-stock amplifier line priced less than $500 per unit

Pasternack, a leading provider of in-stock and ready to ship RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, announces the release of new affordable coaxial-packaged RF amplifiers. Both low noise and gain block amplifiers are offered and display excellent performance covering wide octave frequency bands from 9 KHz to 3 GHz. 


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Anritsu Co. extends frequency coverage of ShockLine VNA families to 43.5 GHz

Anritsu Co. announces that it has extended the frequency coverage of its MS46322A Series ShockLine™ Economy Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs) and MS46122A Series ShockLine Compact VNAs to 43.5 GHz. By supporting the higher frequency, the low-cost VNAs can efficiently conduct S-parameter and time domain measurements on RF and microwave passive devices up to 43.5 GHzin a variety of cost-sensitive engineering, manufacturing and university testing applications.


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Dual, low noise bias generators from Linear Technology

 Linear Technology Corp. announces the LT3095, a dual-channel IC delivering two very low noise, low ripple bias supplies from a single input. Each channel incorporates a monolithic step-up DC/DC converter post-regulated by an integrated ultralow noise and high PSRR (power supply rejection ratio) linear regulator. The LT3095 delivers up to 50mA of continuous output current at output voltages up to 20V with total ripple and noise < 100µVP-P. The device operates from a 3V to 20V input voltage range, making it compatible with a variety of power sources. 


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