Products/Services for Active Frequency Multipliers

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    RF Frequency Multipliers - (59 companies)
    ...operate over a specific input frequency range and are able to suppress or reduce unwanted harmonics from the output signal. There are two basic types of devices: active and passive. Active RF multipliers produce an output signal with a power level... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Filters - (47 companies) reject, and universal or programmable. Low pass filters attenuate frequencies below a frequency called the cut-off frequency. High pass filters attenuate frequencies above the cut-off frequency. Bandpass filters are active filters that are used... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Band Reject Filters - (7 companies)
    Active Band Reject Filters Information. Active band reject filters are tuned circuits that prevent the passage of signals within a specified band of frequencies. These devices are also known as bandstop or notch filters. There are two basic classes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Band Pass Filters - (23 companies)
    Active Band Pass Filters Information. Active band pass filters are used to attenuate frequencies below and above a range of frequencies (i.e., the bandwidth or passband of the filter). Any signal with a frequency within that band pass range passes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Low Pass Filters - (24 companies)
    Active Low Pass Filters Information. Active low pass filters pass signals from low frequencies and reject signals from high frequencies. Like other types of active filters, they use active components to shape and stabilize the behavior of the filter... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active High Pass Filters - (11 companies)
    Active High Pass Filters Information. Active high pass filters pass signals from high frequencies and reject signals from low frequencies. There are two basic types of products: switched capacitor and continuous. Both are available with first... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Noise Control Products - (64 companies)
    Active noise and vibration control systems are products such as controllers, sensors and actuators that monitor and cancel noise and/or vibration. Active Noise Control Products Information. Active noise control products use electro-acoustical sound... Learn More
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    Voltage Multipliers - (9 companies)
    ...are called voltage doublers. Specifications and Package Types. Voltage multipliers differ in terms of specifications and package types. Specifications include AC input voltage, DC output voltage, input frequency, output power, output current... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electron Multipliers - (13 companies)
    Electron Multipliers detect incident electrons, ions, vacuum UV (VUV), and soft X-ray and intensify the subsequent detected signal through secondary emission. Description: Electron Multipliers are electrical components that detect incident electrons... Learn More
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    Torque Multipliers - (13 companies)
    Torque multipliers are devices that increase the amount of torque applied to fasteners and other applications where a high amount of torque is needed. They use a planetary gear system to increase a low input torque and apply it to a fastener. Torque... Learn More
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MCP3909 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP3909 is an energy measurement IC supporting the IEC 62053 international energy metering specification. The output of the device includes a frequency proportional to the average active (real) power at the inputs as well as a simultaneous serial SPI interface to access the ADC channels...

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Conversion gain is the net increase in power between the fundamental input signal and the desired output for active multipliers. It is calculated as the ratio (in dB) of the output power to the RF input power. It is a measure of the efficiency of the multiplier in providing frequency translation...

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