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Voltage Controlled Oscillators

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IRVINE, Calif., May 4, 2021 — Voltage Controlled OscillatorsVoltage Controlled Oscillators from Pasternack are designed to address a wide range of electronic warfare, engine control module, very-small aperture terminal, satellite communications, radar, and test and measurement applications.

The devices cover broad frequency bands and exhibit high performance for phase noise, tuning linearity, and harmonic suppression. They feature broad frequency bands ranging from 230 to 5420 MHz, output power ranging from 0 to +9 dBm, phase noise performance as low as -110 dBc/Hz at 10 KHz offset, and internal voltage regulation and reverse direct current protection.

The oscillators are a useful signal source in phase locked loop circuits, function generators, and frequency synthesizers, along with transceiver circuit applications in test and measurement and signal conversion. They generate their own output signal level and allow designers to adjust the tuning voltage, which varies the output signal oscillation frequency to get a desired signal level across a specific frequency band.



Published: May 2021
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