Clock generator card

  • 28-Jan-2010 02:05 EST

The FMC-XCLK2 from Curtiss-Wright Controls is a field-programmable-gate-array mezzanine-card clock generator card that features low jitter and phase matched outputs. The quad-channel card comes in both air-cooled and conduction-cooled rugged versions. It provides the high-quality clock source required for high-frequency data sampling applications and can support RF output frequencies of 50 MHz to > 2 GHz. Applications include electronic countermeasures, software defined radio, and radar.

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