Design center Microwave Product Search MAGAZINE Tiny GPU targets IoT, Android wear “Hats Off” Challenge promotes head-worn electronic REGISTER | LOGIN | FORGOT PASSWORD EDN Europe ABOUT NEWS Cost gap between AMOLEDs and LCDs still shrinking, says EVENTS LEARNING CENTER Synthesizer startup looks to the cloud NEWSLETTER 2D to 3D conversion adds texture on top EET Search Search Electronics EE|Times Print | Send | Voltage controlled oscillator covers 1000 MHz to 2000 MHz July 14, 2014 // Jean-Pierre Joosting The CVCO55BE-1000-2000 VCO from Crystek operates from 1000 MHz to 2000 MHz with a control voltage range of 1.0 V to 20 V. This VCO features a typical phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and has excellent linearity. Output power is typically +5.5 dBm. Engineered and manufactured in the USA, the model CVCO55BE1000-2000 is packaged in the industry-standard 0.5inch x 0.5-inch (1.27- x 1.27-cm. SMD package. Input voltage is 10 V, with a maximum current consumption of 25 mA. Pulling and Pushing are minimized to 7.5 MHz and 2.5 MHz/V, respectively. Second harmonic suppression is -10 dBc typical. FOLLOW US RSS Feed www.crystek.com 679 Subscribers Related News Twitter Synthesizer startup looks to the cloud Programmable power supplies deliver up to 650Vdc 1145 Followers Fast, Accurate & Relevant for Design Engineers only! Facebook Type keyword here 3503 Fans First configurable data converter delivers flexible signal handling SiTime offers MEMS oscillator for wearables, IoT Miniature oven-controlled crystal oscillator offers high performance TECHNICAL PAPERS All news DSM presents: Select the best plastic for DDR4 Dual 13A µModule Regulator with Digital Interface for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power Exploring the Business Model Evolution of High-Tech Equipment Manufacturers Precision Industrial Systems Demand a New Level of Data Conversion Accuracy INTERVIEW CEO interview: China, not Apple, is way to go, says mCube CEO Ben Lee, CEO of MEMS startup mCube, explains why he wants to spend $37 million on being a supplier of sensors to Chinese ODMs and avoiding a design win with Apple or Samsung. FILTER WIZARD Check out the Filter Wizard Series of articles by Filter Guru Kendall Castor-Perry which provide invaluable practical Analog Design guidelines.