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EM Research Press Release - July 16, 2009

EM Research Introduces Frequency Multipliers

EM Research Frequency MultiplierNEWS 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 -- July 16, 2009 -- EM Research introduces the MX Series, a X2 active frequency multiplier with integrated output filter producing low subharmonics (<-60 dBc, typ). Customer-selected frequency outputs are available from 10 to 30 GHz in up to 20 percent bandwidths.

EM Research Model NumbersThe MX Series features 7 to 10 dB nominal conversion gain, 0 to +7 dBm input level and output power of +7 to +10 dBm. The units have >20 dB output-input isolation, low harmonics (<-30 dBc, typ), and low spurs (<-80 dBc, typ). The supply voltage is +5 VDC (+12 VDC optional). Operating over a temperature range of -30°C to +70°C, the MX Series comes in a small modular package of 0.96” x 0.80” x 0.43” with removable SMA connectors.

The MX series is ideal for use in radio transceivers and satellite communications systems in commercial and military applications. Please refer to the EM Research website at www.emresearch.com for product and ordering information.








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