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EM Research Intros 39.5 GHz Ka-Band Frequency Synthesizer

January 18, 2012 Press Release

EM Research

January 18, 2012

The KB-39500 Frequency Synthesizer from EM Research operates fixed at 39.5 GHz, features low phase noise (<-80 dBc/Hz MAX @ 10 KHz) and +18 dBm output power. The unit locks to an external 10 MHz reference.
 
The unit is available in fixed or programmable frequencies to 40 GHz with internal or external references, improved phase noise and reduced package sizes.  Programmable designs are available with step sizes as low as 100 Hz.
 
The KB units are designed for applications such as millimeter wave, radar, fixed/mobile (VSAT), SatCom and digital radio. Custom units are available in fixed and programmable frequencies from 12 GHz to 40 GHz in a standard package of 5.00” x 2.50” x 1.25”.









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




Posted  1/19/2012
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