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EM Research Press Release - December 22, 2010

EM Research Intros Ultra-Miniature SMT Synthesizer for SWaP-C Applications

EM Research, Inc.                 sales@emresearch.com
775-345-2411                      www.emresearch.com
1301 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, Nevada  89502

EM Research SLX-1350 phase noiseDecember 22, 2010, Reno NV - The SLX-1350 from EM Research, which operates over the frequency range 675-1350 MHz in 1 MHz steps, features low spurs (<-60 dBc), low harmonics (<-15 dBc), 0 dBm nominal output power, and low phase noise (<-85 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz (Fout @ 675 MHz)).
 
Because of exceptional performance and its small (0.5” sq x 0.15”) size, this low-cost unit is ideally suited for use in SWaP-C applications.  
 
EM Research SLX-1350 packageThe SLX Series is available in designs from 50 MHz to 6 GHz, in fixed-frequency or serially-programmable bandwidths to an octave. Custom units utilize external references from 5 to 125 MHz, select supply voltages (+3, +3.3, +5 or +8 VDC), 10 KHz to 10 MHz step sizes and temperature range (-40°C to +85°C).




















Posted 12/27/2010
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