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Kieran Barrett
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Kieran Barrett [EVALUATION AND TEST]
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   - Finally, use the signal source analyzer to measure the phase noise. Refer to Figure 6.   - Finally, use the signal source analyzer to measure the phase noise. Refer to Figure 6.
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-Figure ​3. EV1HMC8362LP6G,​ VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz, Includes Insertion Loss of RF Cable+Figure ​4. EV1HMC8362LP6G,​ VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz, Includes Insertion Loss of RF Cable
  
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-Figure ​4. EV1HMC8362LP6G,​ VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz, Buffer Amplifier Disabled (RF1 Output Muted), Includes Insertion Loss of RF Cable+Figure ​5. EV1HMC8362LP6G,​ VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz, Buffer Amplifier Disabled (RF1 Output Muted), Includes Insertion Loss of RF Cable
  
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-Figure ​5. EV1HMC8362LP6G Phase Noise at RF1, VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz+Figure ​6. EV1HMC8362LP6G Phase Noise at RF1, VCO Band 1, VTUNE = 8.45 V, 13.5 GHz
  
  
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