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Micronetics Press Release - October 25, 2009

Micronetics Announces a 5020-5145 MHz RoHS Compliant CRO

Click to visit MicroneticsMicronetics MW500CR-1746RHudson, NH – October 22, 2009 – Micronetics announces a 5020-5145 MHz RoHS compliant CRO Micronetics introduces our latest RoHS compliant addition to our popular CRO lineup, the MW500CR-1746R.

This VCO has a tuning range of 5020-5145 MHz from 0.5-5 volts tuning using a 5 volt supply. Output power is 3dBm while using less than 35 mA of current. Typical phase noise at 10 kHz is -103 dBc/Hz, and at 100 kHz phase noise is -124 dBc/Hz. Second harmonic is -15 dBc max, pushing is <2.5 MHz/ volt, and pulling is <2 MHz p- p. For more information on this and Micronetics’ full line of high performance, low cost VCOs from 600 MHz to 7.5 GHz visit our web at www.micronetics.com


About Micronetics

Micronetics manufactures microwave and radio frequency (RF) components and integrated subassemblies used in a variety of defense, aerospace and commercial applications. Micronetics also manufactures and designs test equipment and components that test the strength, durability and integrity of communication signals in communications equipment. Micronetics serves a diverse customer base, including AeroSat, Anaren Microwave, Anritsu, Augusta Aerospace, BAE Systems, Boeing, Comtech, EADS, EDO/Benchmark, General Dynamics, ITT Electronic Warfare Systems, L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, NAVICP, Nextwave/Jabil Circuit, Northrop Grumman, Pegasus GSS, Qualcomm, Raytheon, Teradyne, Tektronix and Thales. Additional information can be found on our website at http://www.micronetics.com.

Some of the statements contained in this news release are forward-looking statements. The accuracy of these statements cannot be guaranteed as they are subject to a variety of risks, including but not limited to reductions in spending by certain of our customers, our ability to operate and integrate acquired companies, our ability to manage our growth, disruptions in supply or production, increased levels of debt, our ability to protect our proprietary information, future economic conditions in our industry and generally, as well as other factors. The information in this release should be reviewed in conjunction with Micronetics' Annual Report for its fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.



Contact Information
Marc Frechette
Marketing Communications
Micronetics, Inc
Hudson, NH  03051
+1 603-546-4167
 x167
www.micronetics.com






Posted 10/25/2009
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