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HMC509LP5E Perfect Parts Corporation HITTITE MICROWAVE CORP Voltage Controlled Oscillator VCO, 7800 MHz - 8800 MHz
HMC531LP5E Perfect Parts Corporation HITTITE MICROWAVE CORP Voltage Controlled Oscillator VCO, 13600 MHz - 14900 MHz
HMC529LP5E Perfect Parts Corporation HITTITE MICROWAVE CORP Voltage Controlled Oscillator VCO, 12400 MHz - 13400 MHz

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  • Building a Microwave Frequency Synthesizer-Part 2: Component Selection (.pdf)
    Electronics. High Frequency Design. SYNTHESIZER DESIGN. oscillator phase noise behavior in the frequency offset. domain. Although the formula defines four basic frequen-. cy offset regions, in microwave oscillators the 1/f term is. usually ignored due to 1/f2 noise domination that leads to. a “classical
  • Spectroscopic Diagnostics of an Atmospheric Microwave Plasma
    A 1.5 kW, 2.45 GHz microwave sustained plasma in a flowing sample of stack exhaust. gas has been shown in recent DOE/EPA testing to be an accurate monitor of trace. hazardous metals (in the part per billion range) such as lead, chromium, and beryllium. Optical-UV spectroscopic studies are being
  • Managing Spurious Noise in Complex Microwave Assemblies
    During the past 50 years, the microwave industry has grown from infant origins to a multi-billion dollar industry. Our field of study began with a few wizards who discovered the nature of electromagnetic fields and waves. Pioneers used the discovered principles to create wild new machines
  • A New Breed of VXIbus Microwave Signal Generator Architecture (.pdf)
    implemented in the. VXIbus standard ensure that the needs of these diverse environments can be accommodated. in support of rack-based systems as well as portable/transportable test system applications. Microwave signal generators perform. crystal oscillator employed. This fre-. A flexible
  • Building a Microwave Frequency Synthesizer-Part 5: Advanced Techniques (.pdf)
    0.01. Test and measurement applications are. to 20 GHz. 50. High Frequency Electronics. High Frequency Design. SYNTHESIZER DESIGN. Figure 51 · Microwave synthesizer module for the PXI. platform. Figure 52 · VCO and YIG oscillator phase noise com-. parison. Synthetic instrumentation utilizes various
  • Building a Microwave Frequency Synthesizer-Part 1: Getting Started (.pdf)
    Synthesizer design methods have evolved over time, and this series of articles offers an update on well-established and recently developed techniques. Building a Microwave Frequency Synthesizer Part 1: Getting Started High Frequency Design. From May 2008 High Frequency Electronics
  • The Effect of High Stability Reference Oscillators on System Phase Noise
    Highly accurate microwave systems derive their frequency stability from lower frequency reference oscillators, crystals or atomic standards. The resulting phase noise is, ideally, the lower frequency reference oscillator noise multiplied by 20 log N, where N is the frequency multiplication factor
  • Microwave Office Enables First Pass Design Success for World's Only Pocket-Sized Sports Radar Gun
    instance of the product was designed through empirical methods and would have required multiple cut-and-try turns to optimize the robust performance of the oscillator and power amplifier and the matching between the two. With very tight budget and time-to-market pressures, rendering multiple board turns

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