Multifrequency source

  • 28-Jul-2011 08:15 EDT
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The L-Band multifrequency source from Crane Aerospace & Electronics is designed to operate in a rugged environment while meeting stability and noise requirements. It has two separate output channels and two selectable output frequencies. The mechanical structure minimizes the influx of noise via active operating vibration. A dual-oscillator design with internal crystal-based references and isolation between channels provides good noise characteristics and minimal spurious signal output over the specified condition.

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