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Pulse, Frequency Reference, Fiber Optic and Lock-in Distribution Amplifiers</>

  • three, six and ten channel 10 MHz frequency reference amplifiers address the needs of localized and distributed references
  • amplifiers are ±2 dB from 50 KHz to 10 MHz (DC to 10 MHz option available)
    minimal phase noise contribution
  • signal level indicators quickly alert to a signal loss or over-drive situation
  • individual channel fault indicators facilitate system maintenance
  • software defined radio synchronization with multi-channel PPS
    software defined radio oscillator stabilization
  • all inputs and outputs fault and transient protected
  • Lock-in amplifiers restore an existing reference or create a new locked frequency
  • three and ten channel amplifiers can be operated from DC (-60 to +60 VDC) or AC power
  • Use the NF0100 to covert any copper reference signal to fiber optic and back to copper- excellent noise immunity and low phase noise options

Novus also offers Pulse Distribution Amplifiers (ND0100-P, ND0103-P).</>

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10 Channel Amplifier

Ten identical amplifiers feature skew of ~ 5 ns. Each channel independently monitored for load impedance mis-match with independent warning indicators on the front panel. Harmonic distortion well below -30 dBc. Minimal additive phase noise. Wide bandwidth amplifier operates from 50 KHz to 10 MHz (±2 dB). DC to 10 MHz bandwidth option available.

Fiber Optic Frequency Reference Converter

Let the NF0100 convert a copper reference signal to 1300 nm single mode or multi-mode and back to copper. This single channel converter allows the system designer the ability to address a single distant location or address a high noise environment quickly and cost effectively. The NF0100 is available in configurations that convert from copper to fiber and fiber back to copper. The NF0100-LN creates a channel with phase noise performance that compares to copper -140dBc/Hz.

10 Channel Pulse Amplifier

Ten channel pulse distribution amplifier. Ten identical amplifiers feature skew of ˜5 ns. Each channel independently monitored for load impedance mis-match with independent warning indicators on the front panel. Synchronize multi-channel software defined radio systems.

3 Channel Amplifier

Three channel high performance reference amplifier 20 KHz to 10 MHz (DC option extends low end to DC). 3 Volts p-p into 50 Ohms, 6 Volts p-p into 1KOhm. Operates from DC power from -60 to +60 Vdc in three ranges. Harmonic distortion well below -30 dBc. Minimal additive phase noise.

3 Channel Pulse Amplifier

Three channel pulse distribution amplifier. Skew of ˜5 ns. Each channel independently monitored for load impedance mis-match with independent warning indicators on the front panel. Synchronize multi-channel software defined radio systems. Operates from DC power from -60 to +60 Vdc in three ranges. AC power adapter available.

Lock-in Amplifier

Many system require a reference that is a different frequency and must be locked to the primary reference. Large installations occasionally have to clean-uo a reference that has been routed a long-distance. A Lock-in amplifer will restore the amplitude and phase noise and maintain system timing. A lock-in amplifier can generate an alternate frequency locked to the primary system reference.