Pentek Model 7191 Programmable Multi-Frequency Clock Synthesizer

Pentek introduced the Model 7191 programmable multifrequency clock synthesizer. The Pentek Model 7191 clock synthesizer uses low-noise VCXOs for the fundamental frequency generation. The VCXO output is followed by a clock synchronizer from Texas Instruments to enable synchronization with common frequency reference sources. The user-configurable PMC module is ideal for designers working with A/Ds and D/As. The price of the Model 7191 Multifrequency Programmable Clock Synthesizer is $2,995 USD.

Pentek Model 7191 programmable multifrequency clock synthesizer

Pentek Model 7191 Clock Synthesizer Features

  • Simultaneous synthesis of up to five different clock frequencies
  • Eight SMC clock outputs
  • Ideal for A/D and D/A converter clock sources
  • Typical phase noise: -105 dBc/Hz @ 1 kHz offset
  • Supports Linux, Windows, or VxWorks operating systems
  • All clocks are phase-locked to input reference signal
  • Input reference frequency of 5 or 100 MHz
  • Four programmable VCXOs with 32-bit tuning resolution
  • Output clocks of 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16 submultiples of VCXO base frequencies
  • Output clock frequencies between 50 and 700 MHz
  • Control and status via PCI bus interface

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