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EM Research Press Release - November 28, 2011

EM Research Intros LCO-1500 Phase-Locked Oscillator

--  1500 MHz Phase-Locked Oscillator features <±0.1 dB Power Variation over Temperature

EM Research

 

The LCO-1500 Phase-Locked Oscillator from EM Research operates fixed at 1500 MHz and features ultra-stable power variation (<±0.1 dB) over 0°C to +50°C operating temperature. The unit offers exceptionally-low phase noise (<-100 d

Bc/Hz @ 10 kHz) and low spurs (-60 dBc). LCO-1500 is supplied with an internal reference (±5 ppm stability) and provides +5 dBm output power. 
 
The unit is available with optional external reference, or a high stability (to ±200 ppb) internal reference.

LCO-1500 Phase-Locked Oscillator from EM Research
The LCO-1500 is designed for satellite tracking and calibration, GPS measurement/monitoring, radio astronomy and telemetry applications.
 
Custom units are available in fixed frequencies from 1400 MHz to 5000 MHz in a standard connectorized package of 3.5” x 2.5” x 0.6”, with optional +10 dBm output power.

 

LCO-1500 Phase-Locked Oscillator Phase Noise

 



Contact
EM Research, Inc.                 sales@emresearch.com
775-345-2411                      www.emresearch.com
1301 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, Nevada  89502





Posted  11/28/2011
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