KU UP 107 B, Up-Konverter
KU UP 107 B, Up-Konverter KU UP 107 B, Blockdiagramm

KU UP 107 B, Up Converter

10000 ... 10700 MHz

This device converts the IF frequency range 960 ... 1660 MHz up to the frequency range 10000 ... 10700 MHz. Typical applications are MMDS transmitter as well as DVB-T or DVB-S systems. The up converter includes band pass filters for high spurious rejection and a high quality VCO with low phase noise and therefore it is suitable for all modulation types. Together with a power amplifier an output power of 50 watts CW can be achieved.
Lead time on request
Frequency range (IF)960 ... 1660 MHz
Frequency range (RF)10000 ... 10700 MHz
LO frequency9040 MHz
LO accuracy @ 18 °C+/- 2 ppm
LO frequency stability+/- 3 ppm
Phase noise @ 1kHztyp. -79 dBc/Hz
Phase noise @ 10 kHztyp. -83 dBc/Hz
Phase noise @ 100 kHztyp. -109 dBc/Hz
Image rejectiontyp. 80 dB
Gaintyp. 25 dB
Maximum input powermax. 5 mW (+7 dBm)
Output power (P1dB)typ. 250 mW (+24 dBm)
Output power (COFDM)30 ... 60 mW
Maximum case temperature+55 °C
Supply voltage+12 ... +14 V DC
Current consumptiontyp. 850 mA
Reference frequency input10 MHz / 2 ... 10 mW
Input connector / impedanceSMA-female, 50 ohms
Output connector / impedanceSMA-female, 50 ohms
Casemilled aluminium
Dimensions (mm)126 x 64 x 22
Weight310 g
  • Low phase noise oscillator
  • High frequency stability of the oscillator
  • Additional input for 10 MHz reference frequency
  • Automatic activation of PLL if external 10 MHz signal is supplied
  • High linearity
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Digital broadcast systems (DVB-T, DVB-S)
  • Analog and digital transmission systems
Please notice the following:
  • Additional cooling required



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