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EM Research Press Release - November 30, 2010

EM Research Intros 250 MHz Phase-Locked Crystal Oscillator
with Low Sub-Harmonics

PLXO-250 Phase-Locked Crystal Oscillator from EM ResearchEM Research, Inc.                 sales@emresearch.com
775-345-2411                      www.emresearch.com
1301 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, Nevada  89502

November 30, 2010, Reno NV - The PLXO-250 Phase-Locked Crystal Oscillator from EM Research operates at 250 MHz in a miniature connectorized package (1.5” sq x 0.6”).  Featuring low spurs (-70 dBc), extremely-low harmonics (-50 dBc) and sub-harmonics (-70 dBc), the unit is locked to a 10 MHz external reference (or optional internal reference), and exhibits exceptionally-low phase noise (-120 dBc/Hz @ 1 KHz), +7 dBm output power (MAX), while operating on a supply voltage of +12 VDC.
 
The PLXO-250 is ideal for use with A/D & D/A converters, GPS carrier recovery loops or as reference sources for Ka-Band and mm-Wave frequency converters, and various test equipment.



















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