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EM Research Press Release - October 7, 2009

EM Research Introduces Low Frequency Synthesizer for Telemetry Applications

EM Research SLS-2100NEWS from
EM Research, Inc.
775-345-2411
P.O. Box 10430
Reno, NV 89510-0430
1301 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, NV 89502
sales@emresearch.com
www.emresearch.com


Reno, Nevada -- October 7, 2009 -- EM Research introduces the SLS-2100, a frequency synthesizer optimized for telemetry applications with extremely low phase noise (<-127 dBc/Hz @ 100 KHz, typical). The serially-programmable synthesizer performs over the frequency range of 1900-2100 MHz with a step size of 100 KHz and fast switching speed (750 uSEC), and can be custom-designed to operate, fixed or programmable, at any L or S band frequency. The unit features an optional internal reference, operating temperature range of -30°C to +70°C, output power of +8dBm, low spurs (<-95 dBc) and operates on a supply voltage of +12V @ 155 mA, typ.

The SLS-2100 is designed to improve interoperability of telemetry applications and is housed in a ruggedized, aluminum package of 1.5” x 1.5” x 0.6”, with female SMA connectors. The SLS synthesizer is ideal for use in satcom receivers, test and measurement solutions, and as a local oscillator for up/down converters in telemetry applications. Please refer to the EM Research website at www.emresearch.com for product and ordering information

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Posted 10/8/2009
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