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EM Research Intros 7800 MHz High Frequency, High Volume
Frequency Synthesizer

February 8, 2012 Press Release

EM Research

February 8, 2012

LX-7800 Frequency Synthesizer from EM ResearchThe LX-7800 Frequency Synthesizer from EM Research operates a fixed-frequency of 7800 MHz and features low power consumption and exceptionally-low phase noise (<-92 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz). This unit is available in cost-effective, high-volume Tape-N-Reel designs.
 
LX-7800 provides +8 dBm output power. The unit is designed for SatCom, commercial wireless and military COTS applications.
 
Custom units are available in fixed and programmable frequencies from 5 MHz to 8 GHz in a standard surface-mount package of 0.75” x 0.75” x 0.15”.




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




Posted  2/10/2012

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