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Z-Communications Intros Low Noise 12 GHz PLO with Internal Reference - RF CafeZ-Communications RFS12000C-LF specifications - RF CafeBroomfield, Colorado - March 3, 2020 - Z-Communications, Inc. is pleased to announce a new RoHS compliant fixed frequency phase locked loop operating in the Ku-band. The RFS12000C-LF is a plug and play PLO which is designed to produce a fixed signal output at 12 GHz. Utilizing an internal 10 MHz reference clock, this unmatched PLO makes for simple integration into any system as no external programming is required. This simple to use RFS12000C-LF features a typical low noise performance of -72 dBc/Hz, -86 dBc/Hz, and -116 dBc/Hz at the 1 kHz, 10 kHz and 100 kHz offsets, respectively.

The high performance RFS12000C-LF is designed to deliver an output power of 0۬±3 dBm while operating off a two input supply voltages. The VCO voltage supply is configured for 5Vdc and drawing 95 mA and a PLL voltage of 3.3 Vdc while drawing 15 mA. This unmatched product features a typical harmonic suppression of -30 dBc and spurious suppression of -65 dBc. It is housed in Z-COMM's standard SFS-L1 package measuring 1.0 in. x 1.0 in. x 0.22 in. The RFS12000C-LF is also ideal for automated surface mount assembly and is available in tape and reel packaging.

The RFS12000C-LF is a great choice for quick product rollouts, and is well suited for satellite communications and radar applications requiring operation over the temperature range of -40 to 85°C. For further information on this model or any other product from Z-Communications, Inc. please contact our Applications department via e-mail at applications@zcommcom or call us at 858-621-2700.

Part Number: RFS12000C-LF Delivery: Stock 8 weeks

About Z-Communications

Z-Communications Inc. has been leading the wireless world in Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO) and Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) technology for over two decades. We are the largest manufacturer of VCO and PLL modules for the commercial/wireless market. To ensure our dominance as the leading RF/Microwave component supplier, Z-Communications, Inc. invests in continuous research and development to develop state of the art RF/Microwave components. We hold patents in ultra low noise technology, which enable us to provide excellent performance.


Daniel Loomis
Z-Communications, Inc.
Phone: (858) 621-2700 x270
Fax: (858) 486-1927
URL: www.zcomm.com
Email:  dan@zcomm.com 



Posted March 5, 2020

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