Seamlessly Blending Analog and Digital

Eliminates the impact of analog circuit mismatch and shatters the traditional trade offs between performance, power and speed

Best-in-class phase noise

In radars, the phase noise associated with a high-power transmitter can overwhelm a weaker echo making detection hard.

Phase noise limits the achievable Signal to Noise ratio in transmitters (referred to as the Error Vector Magnitude or EVM).

Phase noise also degrades receiver sensitivity by injecting nearby out of band blockers and interference into the receiver’s band of interest by the process of reciprocal mixing.

Newer 800 gigabits/s fiber optic links and 56G/112G Serdes links in datacenters require low-jitter high-frequency clocks to transmit and receive data reliably with low bit error rates.