low-phase-noise synthesizer, LMX2581 built-in VCO, 50 MHz to 3.76 GHz, low phase noise
To provide 2013 IMS visitors real test data on Texas Instruments’ model LMX2581 3.76-GHz frequency synthesizer, it was mounted on this evaluation board.
At the 2013 IMS, Texas Instruments used high-performance test equipment, such as this spectrum analyzer from Agilent Technologies, to show off the performance of its model LMX2581 frequency synthesizer. The screen shows a bandwidth from 2.0 to 3.6 GHz.
Texas Instruments showed measured phase noise for their model LMX2581 frequency synthesizer at the 2013 IMS, with these plots generated for a voltage-controlled-oscillator (VCO) frequency of 2.7 GHz.
To help visitors to their 2013 IMS booth achieve low phase noise, Texas Instruments offered examples of their low-jitter clock generators and jitter cleaners, including their model LMK03806 low-jitter clock generator, with less than 150 fs jitter at 312.5 MHz.
Texas Instruments showed the measured phase noise of their LMX2581 frequency synthesizer at 184 MHz to 2013 IMS visitors, using the measurement capabilities of a model E5052A signal source analyzer from Agilent Technologies.
To demonstrate their prowess in generating low-noise signals, at the 2013 IMS Texas Instruments compared their LMK03806 source with a low-cost 20-MHz reference versus a 156.25-MHz surface-acoustic-wave (SAW) oscillator.
At the 2013 IMS, Texas Instruments offered various examples of their low-noise clock sources, using the oscilloscope to demonstrate this low-jitter source at 246 MHz.
One of the unique clock oscillator products offered by Texas Instruments at the 2013 IMS was the model LMK04828 clock jitter cleaner, capable of reducing oscillator phase noise in the frequency domain and jitter in the time domain.
Texas Instruments showed visitors to their booth at the 2013 IMS this low-noise source at 491.52 MHz, with phase noise and jitter (about 86.7 fs) displayed on a model E5052A signal source analyzer from Agilent Technologies.
Texas Instruments brought their LMK04828 clock jitter cleaner to the 2013 IMS, where they demonstrated its considerable capabilities. The device, capable of multiple-source synchronization, exhibited less than 88 fs jitter at 245.76 MH using a low-noise voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) module.
Texas Instruments offered visitors to their booth at the 2013 IMS detailed information on their LMK04828 clock jitter cleaner, including this plot of phase noise for offset frequencies from 100 Hz to 40 MHz.
The various clock-related devices offered by Texas Instruments at the 2013 IMS help clock-oscillator and frequency-synthesizer designers achieve demanding goals for low phase noise and jitter.
Texas Instruments provided examples of their Clock Tree Builder software at the 2013 IMS, to help engineers with the design and analysis of clock sources when using the firm’s clock products.
Texas Instruments showcased and demonstrated their latest products at the International Microwave Symposium 2013 in Seattle, WA.
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