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EM Research Press Release - August 18, 2009

EM Research Introduces Miniature PLOs w/Internal Reference

EM Research LX-Series VCONEWS 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 -- August 18, 2009 -- EM Research -- Serving as an augmentation of its standard product line, EM Research now introduces its LX-Series of fixed-frequency phase-locked oscillators and serially-programmable frequency synthesizers with optional internal references.

The series is available fixed or in bands over the frequency range 50 MHz – 6 GHz with frequency stability of ±5 ppm (standard) or ±2.5 ppm (optional). It operates over the temperature range of -30°C to +70°C with output power of +7dBm ±2dB, 50 Ohms. The oscillators feature low harmonics (<-20 dBc, typ), low spurs (<-60 dBc, typ) and exceptionally low phase noise characteristics (-105 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz, typ – Fout = 2.45 GHz). Supply voltage is +3.3, +5 or +8 VDC @ 70 mA (typ).

EM Research PLO phase noise


Housed in a miniature (0.75” x 0.75” x 0.15”) surface-mount package, the LX Series is ideally used as a local oscillator in ISM Band up/down converter applications or as a system high frequency reference. Please refer to the EM Research website at www.emresearch.com for product and ordering information.







Posted 8/20/2009

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