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Phase Matrix Announces QuickSyn® 10 GHz Frequency Synthesizer
- New 10 GHz QuickSyn® Lite Frequency Synthesizer
Santa Clara, CA
Phase Matrix's newest addition to the
line of microwave frequency synthesizers is a 10 GHz synthesizer housed in a very compact
package, only 4 x 4 x 0.8 inches. The new synthesizer, model
employs the revolutionary phase-refining QuickSyn® technology, which allows this line of signal
sources to perform with remarkably low phase noise, switch between frequencies very quickly,
and consume power efficiently.
Lite synthesizer is less than half the size of the full featured 10 GHz and 20 GHz QuickSyn®
synthesizers, yet it performs with wide coverage (0.65 to 10 GHz), fine resolution (0.001 Hz
resolution), fast frequency switching (100 μs), and exhibits instrument-grade spectral
purity. Furthermore, the FSL-0010 includes SPI and USB control interfaces, and like all
QuickSyn® synthesizers, this new model is immediately deployable by connecting it to a PC and
power source. A soft front panel allows the user to access frequency sweep and list mode.
designers restricted by reduced footprint goals, power consumption constraints, and the need
for low phase noise will appreciate the
as the single solution to a multitude of design challenges. Moreover, the QuickSyn® Lite
is amazingly affordable!
About Phase Matrix
In 1999 former employees of EIP Microwave, a well-established
and longtime manufacturer of RF and microwave T&M instruments, purchased a substantial amount
of EIP's assets to form Phase Matrix, Inc.
In their senior technical roles at EIP, the founders of Phase Matrix contributed significantly
to EIP's most innovative products, including continuous-wave and pulsed microwave counters and
VXIbus synthesizers, counters, and down converters. The company vigorously supports the large
installed-base of EIP products under the EIP brand.
408-610-6860 or 408-610-6810
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