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Frequency Multiplier: HX4105

May 6, 2013

HX4105The HX4105 is designed as a reference clock frequency translator for use with the HA7000 series phase noise analyzers. The key design requirement was to maintain the extremely low phase noise characteristics of high performing 5 MHz references, and up convert to 10 MHz for the most accurate phase noise measurement.


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Phase Noise Analyzer: HA7062A

January 18, 2013

HA7062A-160x56The HA7062A is a fully integrated phase noise analyzer. It utilizes the same core engine from our model HA7402A along with a pair of HSM6001A HSM Series RF synthesizers. The stability of the agile synthesizers operating as LO sources for the high speed, cross correlation core enables an extremely reliable phase noise analyzer with, ultra fast data acquisition speeds.


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Holzworth Instrumentation introduces new phase noise analyzers

June 14, 2012

Holzworth Instrumentation announces full production release of the HA7000 Series phase noise analyzers which cover a DUT range of 5MHz to 6.7GHz. The HA7000 Series currently consists of fundamental designs that respond to the highest demands from the marketplace: truly low noise floors, fast measurement speeds, reliability, ease of use, and price.


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Holzworth To Launch High Performance NON-PLL Synthesizers For Integrators

May 26, 2011
Holzworth Instrumentation (Booth 2419) of Boulder, CO is formally launching the new HSM series of RF synthesizer modules at IMS 2011 in Baltimore. These unique synthesizer modules were originally developed by Holzworth for its popular, phase coherent, multi-channel platform. The modules have now been productized in the form of...
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Holzworth Reduces Oscilloscope Trigger Jitter and Increases Accuracy

May 24, 2010
The Holzworth HX2410 CW to CMOS conversion amplifier greatly reduces the effects of trigger induced jitter caused by low frequency sinusoidal trigger signals, ultimately increasing oscilloscope accuracy. The logic output CMOS logic level is user adjustable between 1.5 and 5.0 V. See a product demonstration at IMS Booth 628....
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