VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator) operates at 1850 MHz with a control
voltage range of 0.5 to 4.5V. This VCO
features a typical phase noise of -117 dBc/Hz @ 10kHz offset and output
power is typically +2.5 dBm.
The model CVCO55CC-1850-1850 is packaged in the
industry-standard 0.5 x 0.5 inch SMD package. Input voltage is 5V, with a max.
current consumption of 20 mA. Pulling and Pushing are minimized to 2.0 MHz and
1.0 MHz/V, respectively. Second harmonic suppression is -15 dBc typical.
The CVCO55CC-1850-1850 is
suitable for use in applications such as digital radio equipment, fixed
wireless access, satellite communications systems and base stations.
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