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Integer-N frequency synthesizer enables multi-band base stations

9/28/2011 07:04 PM EDT
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re: Integer-N frequency synthesizer enables multi-band base stations
WKetel   10/5/2011 12:55:19 PM
This article provides a good description of a product worthy of consideration by anyone who has a need to design a good receiver for the frequencies that it is designed for. It appears that it could also work in the 902 to 928 MHz amateur radio band. So that makes the data sheet valuable to a larger segment of readers.

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