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Fixed Frequency Synthesizer: RFS1090A-LF Features Integrated Reference with
Z-Communications, Inc. announces a new RoHS
compliant fixed frequency phase locked loop model
the L-band. The RFS1090A-LF is a fully integrated synthesizer operating at 1090 MHz
which is phase locked to an internal 10 MHz reference with a stability of ±2.5 ppm.
This low cost PLL features a typical phase noise of −93 dBc/Hz, −98 dBc/Hz,
and −118 dBc/Hz at the 1 kHz, 10 kHz and 100 kHz offsets,
The RFS1090A-LF is designed to deliver an output
power of 3 dBm while operating off a VCO voltage supply of 5Vdc and drawing
35 mA and a phase locked loop voltage of 3Vdc while drawing 10 mA. This
unmatched product features a 2nd harmonic suppression of −20 dBc and
spurious suppression of -62 dBc. It is housed in Z-COMM's standard PLL-V12N
package measuring 06 in. x 0.6 in. x 0.13 in. The RFS1090A-LF is also ideal for
automated surface mount assembly and is available in tape and reel packaging.
The RFS1090A-LF allows for simple design implementation making it a great choice
for quick product rollouts, and is well suited for test instrumentation and clock
sources requiring operation over the temperature range of -40 to 85°C.
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. has been leading the wireless world in Voltage-Controlled
Oscillator (VCO) and Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) technology for over two decades. We
are the largest manufacturer of VCO and PLL modules for the commercial/wireless
market. To ensure our dominance as the leading RF/Microwave component supplier,
Z-Communications, Inc. invests in continuous research and development to develop
state of the art RF/Microwave components. We hold patents in ultra low noise technology,
which enable us to provide excellent performance.
Fax: (858) 486-1927
Posted February 8, 2019