VCOs Handle High-Rel Apps In Hermetic Packs

Fairview Microwave’s recently-released voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) series consists of 16 models covering bands from 10 MHz to 4.35 GHz.  Used in military electronics, SATCOM, test and measurement and wireless communications, typical applications include phase locked loops, function generators, frequency synthesizers, receivers, electronic jamming equipment and local oscillators.

             

Tuning voltages range from 0.5V to 20V, output power spans +4 dBm to +12 dBm, and supply voltages run from 5 Vdc to 15 Vdc. Other features include 50Ω internal matching, second harmonics as low as -25 dBc, and phase noise performance is as low as -120 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset. The oscillators come in a 0.5-in., hermetically sealed surface-mount packages designed to meet MIL-STD-883 and MIL-STD-202 environmental test conditions for shock, vibration and temperature cycle.  All models are RoHS and REACH and classified as EAR99. For further information and specs, visit the product page and/or call the company direct via phone at 972-649-6678.

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