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EM Research Press Release - February 26, 2010

EM Research Intros Programmable, High-Frequency, Surface-Mount
Synthesizer Designed to Withstand Shock and High Vibration Environments

UPN-7500NEWS 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 -- February 26, 2010 --

The UPN-7500 from EM Research is a surface-mount synthesizer operating from 5500 to 7500 MHz. The unit is designed to withstand up to 9.26 Grms random vibration and 30 G’s peak pulse of shock, tested in accordance with MIL-STD-202G.

UPN-7500 Phase NoiseThe UPN-7500 features 5 MHz step size, <200 μSec settling time (any frequency step), 125 MHz external reference, +3 dBm output power, low phase noise (<-90 dBc/Hz @ 100 KHz). The units feature low power consumption (115 mA, typical), extended operating temperature range (-45˚C to +85˚C), small, SMT package (0.9” x 0.9” x 0.21”), and manufactured to IPC-A-610 standards. Custom programmable units are available from 50 MHz to 10 GHz in bandwidth’s greater than 50%.

Applications: Software defined radios, electronic warfare, radar, airborne, satcom receivers and other high vibration environments.















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