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Broadband Coaxial Noise Sources

Our integrated noise modules contain all the required biasing circuitry and only need a positive voltage to activate for an easy installation. Since they typically do not contain amplification, the raw noise output from the diode is seen at the output of the module resulting in a maximum ENR of approximately 35dB. Primary applications include system built-in test and laboratory use.

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Broadband Coaxial Noise Sources

Model Number Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Freq Start (GHz) Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Freq Stop (GHz) Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Output (dB min ENR) Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Spectral Density (dBm/Hz) Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Peak Factor Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Bias Voltage (V) Sortable column, activate to sort column ascending Datasheet
NSL-2-B 0.001 1 29.0 - 31.0 -144 5:01 15 PDF
NS5101-A1W 0.5 4 25 -149 5:01 15 PDF
NST04-B 0.01 4 25 -149 5:01 28 PDF
NST26-A 0.1 27 24 -150 5:01 28 PDF
NS5102-A2X 1 18 25 -149 5:01 15 PDF

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