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CRO Generates 2950-MHz Signals
Jack Browne
Apr 28, 2014
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A surface-mount CRO provides stable output signals at 2950 MHz.
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Designed for a stable
output frequency of 2950
MHz, model CVCO55CC2950-2950 is a voltagecontrolled coaxialresonator oscillator (CRO)
that provides at least +5
dBm output power and
typically +7 dBm output
power at that frequency. It
offers tuning sensitivity of 7
MHz/V across a tuning range of 0.5 to 4.5 VDC for use in such applications as phaselocked-loop (PLL) synthesizers. The phase noise offset 10 kHz from the carrier is typically
-115 dBc/Hz while the phase noise offset 100 kHz from the carrier drops to -135 dBc/Hz.
Harmonics are typically -15 dBc. The 50-! CRO, which typically draws 30 mA from a +8VDC supply, features an operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C. It is supplied in a
surface-mount-device (SMD) package measuring 0.5 × 0.5 in. (12.7 × 12.7 mm).
Crystek Corp., 12730 Commonwealth Dr., Fort Meyers, FL 33913; (239) 5613311, (800) 237-3061, FAX: (239) 561-1025
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