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Review: Analog Devices ADF4351

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Sebastian has been tinkering with the Analog Devices ADF4351 eval board and written a review. "The ADF4351 from Analog Devices (ADI) is a modern wideband PLL synthesizer with integrated low phase noise VCO. It is capable of generating signals between 35 MHz to 4400 MHz with a very low jitter...

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