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5015

Frequency Synthesizer by Valon Technology

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The 5015 from Valon Technology is a wideband frequency synthesizer module that operates from 10 MHz to 15 GHz. It uses multiple phase-lock loops to provide high-level, low-phase noise signals throughout the band and is designed for use in critical frequency synthesis and clocking applications. The synthesizer provides an output power of 13 dBm (can be tuned from 13 dBm down to -30 dBm in 0.1 dB steps) and requires an external reference from 10 to 120 MHz. It has a number of ultra low noise internal voltage regulators driven by a high efficiency switching power supply with an input voltage range of 5 - 15 Volts. The internal TCXO provides ± 2ppm stability over the -20 °C to +70 °C temperature range.

The synthesizer has a USB, Ethernet, SPI, and TTL Serial interface and is available in a CNC machined housing for enhanced EMC/EMI protections. The 5015 is ideal for applications like wireless engineering, point-to-point microwave communications, electro-optics, molecular spectroscopy, particle physics, and radio astronomy. A special USER port is also available for LIST mode frequency selection as well as timing and synchronizing sweeps modes.

Product Specifications

    Product Details

    • Part Number :
      5015
    • Manufacturer :
      Valon Technology
    • Description :
      10 MHz to 15 GHz Frequency Synthesizer Module

    General Parameters

    • Synthesizer Type :
      Tunable Frequency
    • Frequency :
      10 MHz to 15 GHz
    • Application :
      Point-to-Point Communications, Electro-Optics, Radio Astronomy
    • Output Power :
      13 dBm
    • Interface :
      SPI/TTL/Others, USB/Computer Controlled
    • Supply Voltage :
      5 to 15 V
    • Stability :
      +/- 2 ppm
    • External Ref Frequency :
      10 to 120 MHz
    • Package Type :
      Module with Connector
    • Operating Temperature :
      -20 to 70 Degree C
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