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  • Microwave Application in Radar - Part I

    A typical radar sends out a high-power short duration microwave pulse generated by a transmitter through a beam-focusing antenna. The pulse is controlled by a pulse-forming network and begins a time sequence when it is transmitted. The pulse strikes an object or target that reflects the energy back through the antenna to the radar receiver. The time it takes for the pulse to be transmitted, bounce off an object and be received determines the distance that object is away from the radar anten

  • New Product Announcement: Low Phase Noise OCXO

    Dynamic Engineers has announced a state-of-the-art low phase noise oven controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO).  The OCXO2526AXLN-100MHz-A-V offers the following features:Frequency: 100MHzSupply Voltage: 3.3VSteady Current: 455mA TypOutput Waveform: SinewaveFrequency Stability over Operating Temperature: ±50 ppbPhase noise @ 100 kHz: -175 dBc/HzOperating Temperature: -40°C to +85°C25.4 x 25.4 x 19.0 mm packageThe OCXO2526AXLN-100MHz-A-V is ideal for the following applications:C

  • New Product Announcement: High Stability Low Phase Noise OCXO

    Dynamic Engineers is pleased to announce our cutting-edge high stability low phase noise oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO).  The DOCXO3627C-51422-30 MHz offers the following features:High Stability: up to ±0.05 ppbLow Phase Noise: -145 dBc/Hz @ 1 KHz30 MHz Frequency12V Supply VoltageSinewave Output35.4 x 26.7 x 15.8 mm dimensionThe DOCXO3627C-51422-30MHz is an ideal for the following applicationsCellular Base StationsInstrumentationsMicrowave ApplicationsStratum 3E Clock Syst

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