Z-Communications, Inc. Press Release - July 2009
Z-Comm Introduces the V940ME27-LF Ultra Low Phase Noise VCO
DIEGO, July, 2009: Z-Communications, Inc. announces a new RoHS compliant VCO (Voltage-Controlled
V940ME27-LF in C-band. The
V940ME27-LF operates at 5150-5216 MHz with a tuning voltage range of 0.5-4.5 Vdc. This VCO features a typical
phase noise of -87 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz offset and a typical tuning sensitivity of 135 MHz/V.
V940ME27-LF is designed to deliver a typical output power of 3 dBm at 5 Vdc supply while drawing 28 mA
(typical) over the temperature range of -40º to 85º C. This VCO comes in Z-Comm’s standard MINI-14S package
measuring 0.5 in. x 0.5 in. x 0.22 in. It is available in tape and reel packaging for production requirements. The
V940ME27-LF is also ideal for automated surface mount assembly and reflow.
V940ME27-LF is well suited for cellular infrastructure and microwave radio applications that require ultra low
phase noise performance. Additional specifications for this product can be found on-line at
For further information on this model or any other product from Z-Communications, Inc. please contact our
Applications department via e-mail at
email@example.com or call us at 858-621-2700.
Z-Communications, Inc. is a pioneer in developing Voltage Controlled
Oscillators (VCO) and Phase Locked Loop (PLL) synthesizers for the commercial marketplace since 1987 and
headquartered in 9939 Via Pasar, San Diego, CA 92126.
With devoted customers, Z-Communications, Inc. serves
wireless and communication industries by providing the most effective and competitively priced RF/microwave
components, as well as custom component designed to meet customer specific needs. Our sophisticated automated
manufacturing facility, located in the US at our headquarters in San Diego guarantees a high level of
repeatability, reproducibility and control. For more information please visit us at
www.zcomm.com or contact our sales department.
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