Voltage Controlled Oscillators

3695 Voltage Controlled Oscillators from 31 manufacturers listed on everything RF

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Description:4585 to 4725 MHz, 5V Tuning for PLL
Frequency:
4585 to 4725 MHz
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Phase Noise:
-74 dBc/Hz
Power:
1.413 mW
Tuning Voltage:
0.5 to 5 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
70 MHz/V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:4550 MHz Voltage Controlled Oscillator for SATCOM Systems
Frequency:
4.55 GHz
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage:
0 to 5 V
Power:
2.2 mW
Tuning Voltage:
0.5 to 4.5 V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:Voltage Controlled Oscillator from 1000 to 2000 MHz
Frequency:
1000 to 2000 MHz
Supply Voltage:
12 V
Phase Noise:
-163 to -72 dBc/Hz
Power:
7.1 to 22.4 mW
Tuning Voltage:
1 to 14 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
85 MHz/V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:Quadband VCO GaAs MMIC from 9.85 to 20.5 GHz
Frequency:
9.85 to 20.5 GHz
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage:
5.5 V
Phase Noise:
-135 to -51 dBc/Hz
Power:
2.51 mW
Tuning Voltage:
-0.5 to 23 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
220 to 870 MHz/V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:0.5 to 10 V, Voltage Controlled Oscillator from 2.165 to 2.36 GHz
Frequency:
2.165 to 2.36 GHz
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage:
7 to 15 V
Phase Noise:
-99 dBc/Hz@10kHz
Power:
2 to 8 dBm
Tuning Voltage:
0.5 to 10 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
56 MHz/V
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description:2500 to 5000 MHz Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Frequency:
2500 to 5000 MHz
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Phase Noise:
-82 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz
Power:
1.585 mW
Tuning Voltage:
0 to 21 V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:36700 to 39700 MHz Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Frequency:
36700 to 39700 MHz
Supply Voltage:
4.5 V
Phase Noise:
-65 dBc/Hz
Power:
6.31 mW
Tuning Voltage:
2.5 V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:10.2 to 11.3 GHz Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Frequency:
10.2 to 11.3 GHz
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Phase Noise:
-87 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz, -114 dBc/Hz @ 100 KHz
Power:
7.943 mW
Tuning Voltage:
1 to 13 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
1 to 2 MHz/V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Frequency:
950 MHz to 1.35 GHz
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Supply Voltage:
15 V(Bias Voltage)
Phase Noise:
-107 dBc/Hz
Power:
10 mW
Tuning Voltage:
0 to 15 V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description:5440 to 5580 MHz, 5V Tuning for PLL
Frequency:
5440 to 5580 MHz
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Phase Noise:
-75 dBc/Hz
Power:
0.891 mW
Tuning Voltage:
0.5 to 5 V
Tuning Sensitivity:
68 MHz/V
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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More about Voltage Controlled Oscillators – VCO’s

Voltage controlled Oscillators as the name suggests are oscillators whose oscillation frequency is controlled by varying the voltage applied to the device. everything RF lists VCO’s from multiple manufacturer catalogs and enables users to search for these using a parametric search tool. Once you find a list of parts that meet your requirement, you can get more information on the parts, download datasheets, get quotations and compare parts.

Key Specifications:

Frequency (MHz): The oscillation frequency range of the device.

Tuning Voltage (V): The voltage that is applied to the device to tune the oscillation frequency range.

Tuning Sensitivity (MHz/V): The degree of variation of the oscillation frequency with different voltages applied to the device.

Output Power (dbm): The output power delivered by the device

Phase Noise (dBc/Hz): This is a measure of the clarity of the output signal from the vco. The lower the phase noise of the vco the cleaner the signal will be. The phase noise is measured at various intervals, Standard ones being 1 kHz, 10 KHz, 100 KHz and 1 MHz.

Supply Voltage (V): This is the DC voltage required to set the bias point.

Pulling (MHz):  Measurement of the drift in the output frequency due to load variation.

Pushing (MHz/V): Measurement of the drift in the output frequency due to variations in the supply voltage.