The 2009-140 Downconverter converts a 14.0 - 14.5 GHz signal to 950 - 1450 MHz with a low side local oscillator (LO) (non-inverted spectrum) for loop-back applications. Featuring low phase noise and high stability, this unit is used to downconvert “clean” (having only this frequency) 14.0 - 14.5 GHz signals to 950 - 1450 MHz for test purposes. The 14.0 - 14.5 GHz input is mixed with a synthesized local oscillator (LO) signal to 950 - 1450 MHz. The mixer output is applied to the output attenuator providing a nominal gain of -20 dB. Connectors are 75Ω type-F (female) for the 950 - 1450 MHz output and 50Ω type-N (female) for the RF input. Front panel LEDs light when DC power is applied (green) and when a PLL alarm occurs (red). DC power is provided by the LNB voltage from the receiver under test or by an external wall mount power supply (option -P or -P4). The 2009 can be mounted on an 1 3/4” X 19” rack mount panel (option -R). Option -H9 allows the 2009-140 to be operated over an extended -20˚C to +60˚C temperature range.
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