Configurable frequency synthesizers for SIGINT, EW, SATCOM, and radar introduced by API

ORLANDO, Fla., 27 Aug. 2014. API Technologies Corp. in Orlando, Fla., is introducing the model LCFS-X configurable RF and microwave frequency synthesizers for signals intelligence (SIGINT), electronic warfare (EW), satellite communications (SATCOM), Doppler radar, unmanned vehicles, and telecommunications applications.

Available with octave coverage from 275 MHz to 6 GHz and fractional bandwidths to 10 GHz, the line of customizable frequency synthesizers offers a standard internal reference. Three additional outputs are available at either the fundamental or divided oscillator frequency with to +13 dBm output power.

The devices offer frequency ranges from 275 MHz to 10 GHz; operating temperature -40 to 85 degrees Celsius; factory programmable EPROM in small .800" square SMT package; standard ultra-low phase noise; customizable for application-specific requirements; and two complementary outputs available.

For more information contact API Technologies online at www.apitech.com.

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