Odd-Order Multiplier (LNOM)

LNOM block

Description

The LNOM is an odd-order multiplier utilizing a proprietary Schottky Diode Topology to achieve exceptionally low phase noise and excellent conversion efficiency. Multiplication factors of 3, 5, 7 and 9 with output frequencies to 1 GHz are available. Integral bandpass filters effectively control undesired sub-harmonics and harmonics. The LNOM provides input referred phase noise floors to -178 dBc/Hz and unusually low flicker noise. For example, a 10 MHz to 50 MHz multiplier exhibits an input referred phase noise of only -165 dBc/Hz at 100 Hz offset. Please consult our technical staff for assistance in configuring a multiplier to suit your input and output requirements.

Features:

  • Output Frequencies to 1 GHz
  • Multiplication Factors (x3, x5, x7 and x9)
  • Low Conversion Loss
  • Intrinsic Phase Noise to -178 dBc/Hz
  • Integral Filters and Amplifiers

Applications:

  • Synthesizer Building Block
  • Communication Systems
  • Radar Systems
  • Electronic Warfare Systems

Typical Specifications

LNOM Specs

Mechanical Drawing

LNOM Mechanical

Ordering Information

LNOM-OI

LNOM Standard PN** These part numbers are a few common configurations. Use the Ordering Information guide and the 
Amplifier Selection Table for additional amplifier options or consult the factory for assistance.

Standard Amplifier Options

standard amplifying options*** See the complete  Amplifier Selection Table for additional amplifier options.

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