Synergy Microwave Corp.

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Phone: (973) 881-8800
Fax: (973) 881-8361


Synergy Microwave Corp.
201 McLean Blvd.
Paterson NJ 07504
United States

Active Mode-couplings Enable High Frequency Fundamental VCXOs

This article reports a novel circuit for high frequency fundamental voltage- controlled crystal oscillators (VCXO) using an active mode-coupling mechanism. The reported VCXO circuit has the characteristic features of low drive level, fast start-up and ...
The increasing demand of the wireless communication service creates a demand for broadband networks and higher operating frequencies in the market place. As the operating frequency shifts higher, the generation of low drive level, fast start-up, low phase noise and stable reference signal sources with low cost become challenging...Read more

DCSR-4096 (4096 MHz) VCO

The reported evanescent coupled DCSR-4096 (4096 MHz) VCO offers fundamental output tones for low noise signal source applications (without frequency multiplication), and can be extended for any other fixed and narrow frequency band (100-12000MHz) applications. The typical measured phase noise for DCSR 4096 is –112 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset from the carrier with +7dBm output power using nominal 35 mA current at +8 VDC.
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DCO & DXO mini VCOs

The new DCO and DXO micro series of miniature voltage-controlled oscillators for C-Band and X-Band applications.
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YIG replacement VCO model DCYS300600-5

Designed for signal sources operating fundamentally from 3000-D6000 MHz and fully overcomes the deficiencies of YIG oscillators in power consumption, microphonic effects, tuning speed, size, EMI, integration with current IC technology and cost.
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KHPS500530 Synthesizer

High Performance, HIGH Resolution Synthesizer operating in the range of 5 to 5.3 GHz housed in a small connectorized package
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Miniature Bandpass Filters

These miniature surface mount bandpass filters can be specified for passbands from 8 to 20 GHz with bandwidths from 5 to 10% of the center frequency.
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