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Frequency Multipliers

EuroPhotonics
Jul 2009
EOS Optronics GmbHRequest Info
 
EOS Optronics GmbH’s ultrastable electronic frequency multipliers generate low-jitter frequency signals out of a 10-MHz frequency normal. The 10- to 80- and the 10- to 200-MHz models deliver subharmonic attenuations of -110 dBc, and their subpicosecond jitter makes them suitable for high-performance timing applications with subcentimetre accuracy, such as satellite laser ranging. The modules are designed to fit most accurate timing systems. Custom-specified frequency outputs are available upon request.


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