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HGC Microwave Press Release - January 12, 2011

HGC Microwave Introduces the ______
29 to 3840 MHz Frequency Synthesizer Module

HGC Microwave website

Gaithersburg, MD ~ January 12, 2011      HGC Microwave announces the ______ Frequency Synthesizer Module.  The ______ operates over the frequency range of 29 to 3840 MHz with 1 Hz tuning resolution and 6 msec tuning time.  Output power is +10 dBm.  The unit will function from its internal reference or an external reference source of 2, 4, 5, 8, or 16 MHz.  The synthesizer incorporates both RS-232 and 4-wire serial interfaces.  A Windows application is provided for RS-232 control with a PC.  The ______ is programmable by the user to power up at a chosen output frequency and reference configuration.

Its wide bandwidth, fine resolution and compact size make the ______ Frequency Synthesizer ideal for a wide range of applications including automatic-test-equipment (ATE) and communications systems.  Units are in stock with one week delivery for small quantities.



Download the data sheet at www.hgcmicrowave.com

Key Specifications
Frequency Range 29 to 3840 MHz
Tuning Resolution 1 Hz
Tuning Time 6 msec
Output Power +10 dBm
Non-Harmonic Spurious -70 dBc max., <-80 dBc typ.
Phase Noise, 10 kHz -130 dBc at 100 MHz
                       Offset -110 dBc at 1 GHz
Reference Internal or External
Reference Output 10 MHz, +3 dBm
Power Requirement +15 VDC, 480 mA
Operating Temperature -30 to +70ºC
Dimensions 5.39” x 6.48” x 0.67”


Contact:
Hans Glista
HGC Microwave
19012 Quail Valley Blvd.
Gaithersburg, MD  20879
Phone:  301-977-8484
support@hgcmicrowave.com
www.hgcmicrowave.com






Posted  1/11/2011
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