The BXFS1045 is a fully customizable broadband synthesizer covering the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range. It’s ideal for applications involving microwave receivers, microwave telemetry systems, uplink communications platforms, instrumentation, and communications systems, and is well suited for both military and commercial applications.
The 845-M is a compact (21 x 10.5 x 6 cm) low noise synthesizer covering the 0.4 GHz to 20 GHz frequency range. It offers 1 milli-Hz resolution, a less than 100 micro-second switching speed, and a less than 1 micro-second per point sweep.
Millitech’s millimeter wave phase locked synthesizers are ideal for use in test and instrumentation sources, as drivers for multipliers, as local oscillators for radar, radiometer, and telecommunications transmitters and receivers, and in PLDRO/YIG replacement applications. They feature low phase noise, ease of use, and a small size.
EM Research’s THOR-8000-XA is a hi-rel frequency synthesizer covering the 6250 to 8000 MHz frequency range. It has a step size of 500 KHz, a less than 300µSEC (BE to BE) switching speed, low phase noise (<-95 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz), and a rugged and compact package design (2.5” x 1.1” x 0.4”).
This direct digital synthesizer (DDS) features an internal high speed/high performance 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and is ideal for use in radar and scanning systems, test and measurement equipment, and agile LO frequency synthesis applications.
This direct digital synthesizer is ideal for applications involving agile LO frequency synthesis, fast frequency hopping, polar modulators, programmable clock generators, FM chirp source for radar scanning systems, acousto-optic device drivers, and test and measurement equipment.
The LNS-18 Low Noise Synthesizer is ideal for use as a signal source for driving up- and down-converters in military, space, and other applications where phase noise is critical. This is due to the fact that this particular synthesizer features the lowest phase noise of any product like it on the market today.
This fast-switching synthesizer operates in the 2500 MHz to 3000 MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving test and measurement equipment, simulator systems, or as a local oscillator in advanced radar receiver systems.