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Lotus Communication Systems Software-Defined Block Up/Downconverter for 2−14 GHz - RF CafeFebruary 17, 2021 - Lotus Communication Systems, a manufacturer of connectorized, cascadable RF and microwave components, has introduced the BUDC2G14G, which is a software defined block up/down converter. It has an RF frequency range of 2 GHz to 14 GHz and an IF frequency range of 500 MHz to 6 GHz. An integrated low phase noise LO supports LO frequencies from 1 GHz to 12 GHz.

The BUDC2G14G has 8 dB of conversion loss at 5.8 GHz with low LO-RF leakage <30 dBm. It can be powered either by USB-C or +5~6 V at the terminal terminal with only 235 mA of current draw. Dimensions are 2.8125" (2-7/8") x 1.3125" (1-5/16") x 0.48".

The converter has broad applications and can be used to extend spectrum analyzer measurement range to 14 GHz. SKU#: AK20−001B.

Features

  •  Up-conversion or Down-conversion
  • RF Frequency 2 GHz to 14 GHz
  • IF Frequency 500 MHz to 6 GHz
  • Integrated LO (no External Reference/LO needed)
  • Software Programmable LO Frequency (1 GHz ~12 GHz) Low
  • LO-RF Leakage: <30 dBm
  • Power by USB-C or +5~6 V Terminal / 235 mA current
  • Operating Temperature: -40C to +60C
  • ROHS Compliant

Applications

  •  Microwave Transceivers/Point-to-Point Microwave
  • Test Instrument
  • Satellite Block Up/Down Conversion
  • C, X and Ku Band RADAR
  • Software Defined Radio/Ham Radio

Proudly Made in USA by Lotus Communication Systems, INC. in Massachusetts (www.lotussys.com).


About Lotus Communications Systems

Lotus Communication Systems Company in 2009, setting up CNC machine shop and RF/microwave Assembling and Testing Lab in Middlesex Country, Massachusetts. We are committed to highest quality and innovative products. Each of our RF/microwave modules meet our exceedingly high standards of quality, performance and excellent value, and are 100% MADE IN USA. Our RF/microwave products cover frequency band up to 67 GHz. Lotus also offers an COTS shield enclosures for RF/Electronics prototyping and production. We custom design all our products. We will find a solution and save your time and cost. Lotus has multiple 4 axis CNC machines and LPKF circuit plotters. .


Contact:

Lotus Communication Systems
588 Boston Post Road
Suite 200
Weston, MA  02493
Phone: 1-888-236-8588
E-Mail: sales@lotussys.com
Web: www.lotussys.com

 

 

Posted February 19, 2021

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