Distribution Amplifier DA-36

The Distribution Amplifier DA-36 solves the problem of distributing a reference frequency from a central frequency standard to one or several receiving points.

It offers frequency distribution via optical fiber, or coax cable, with minimal jitter and is designed for reference signals of 10 MHz (sine). The distribution is completely analog, without the use of PLLs or other types of frequency recovery circuits that may introduce jitter or wander. The signal is reconstructed with the help of a narrow-band, high-Q filter, which heavily suppresses noise and distortion.

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