ELECTRONICS: Crystek’s CPLL66-3475-3475 PLL/Synthesizer operates at 3475 MHz with a typical Step Size of 2500 KHz. Engineered and manufactured in the USA, the model CPLL66-3475-3475 is housed in a compact 0.6-inch x 0.6-inch x 0.15-inch SMD package, which saves board space.Crystek’s PLL/Synthesizer construction essentially wraps a VCO around a PLL in a package that’s only marginally larger than a VCO on its own, and significantly smaller than separate VCO/PLL modules. The CPLL66-3475-3475 is a complete PLL/Synthesizer needing only an external frequency reference and supply voltages for the internal PLL (phase lock loop) and VCO (voltage controlled oscillator). The Crystek CPLL66-3475-3475 is programmed using a standard three line interface (Data, Clock and Load Enable).
Typical phase noise for the CPLL66-3475-3475 is -95 dBc/Hz at 10 KHz offset with minimum output power of 3 dBm. VCO voltage is 5V dcdc; PLL voltage is 3V dc. Second harmonic suppression is -15 dBc typical.
The CPLL66-3475-3475 is ideal for use in telecommunications, computers, radio equipment, base stations and other electronic applications. For pricing details, contact Crystek Corp.
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