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HOME > TECHNOLOGIES > ACTIVE COMPONENTS > COAXIAL RESONATOR OSCILLATOR CUTS NOISE AT 3.5 GHZ
Coaxial Resonator Oscillator Cuts Noise at 3.5 GHz
Jack Browne | Microwaves and RF
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Model CVCO55CCQ-35003500 is a coaxial resonator
oscillator designed for use
at 3500 MHz. It operates
on tuning voltages of +0.3
to +4.9 VDC with tuning
sensitivity of 8 MHz/V,
delivering +6 dBm output
power that remains flat
within ±2 dB. The oscillator
features typical phase noise
of -115 dBc/Hz offset 10 kHz from the carrier and -135 dBc/Hz offset 100 kHz from the
carrier. Second harmonics are no worse than –8 dBc. The oscillator draws 27 mA current
from a supply voltage of +5 ±0.25 VDC and is built for an operating temperature range of
-40 to +85°C. It is supplied in a surface-mount housing measuring 0.50 × 0.50 in. (12.70
× 12.70 mm).
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