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FX-104 Frequency Translation
Vectron's FX-104 is a SAW based frequency translator which is used to translate any input frequency such as 8 kHz, 1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz, 19.440 MHz etc. to any specific frequency from 170 to 777.6 MHz. The input frequency does not have to be a 50/50% duty cycle and as an example can be an 8 kHz signal with a logic high "on time" of only 1us, such as a BITS clock. The FX-104 also has the ability to translate up to any of 1 to 4 different input frequencies to one common output frequency, such as input frequencies of 8 kHz and 1.544 MHz and 19.44 MHz and any other frequency between 333 Hz and 170 MHz translating them to any specific output frequency from 170 MHz to 777.600 MHz.

FX-104
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Features:
  • Output frequencies up to 777.60 MHz
  • Jitter Generation OC-192 compliant
  • Jitter transfer per GR-253-CORE
  • Single 5.0 or 3.3 Vdc supply
  • Locked to specified Input frequency, e.g. 8 kHz
  • 1" x 0.8" x 0.25", Surface Mount (FR4 base)

Applications:
  • SONET / SDH / ATM
  • DWDM / FDM
  • DSL-PON Interconnects
  • FEC (Forward Error Correction)