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Norsat 8525 C-Band DRO LNB (RF: 3.4 – 4.2 GHz, LO Stability: +/- 500 kHz)

Norsat 8525 C-Band DRO LNB (RF: 3.4 – 4.2 GHz, LO Stability: +/- 500 kHz)

  • Input Frequency: 3.4 – 4.2 GHz
  • Output Frequency: 950 – 1750 MHz
  • L.O. Stability: +/- 500 kHz
  • Noise Figure: 0.36 dB
  • Output Connector: F-Type Female
  • L.O. Frequency: 5.15 GHz
  • Conversion Gain: 64 dB

With extensive proven reliability in the field the 8000 series remains Norsat’s premium quality digital C-Band DRO LNB. The Norsat 8525 DRO LNB is designed to provide commercial quality for VSAT and select digital applications such as:

  • Higher data rate digital video or commercial analog
  • SCPC digital or analog audio applications
  • Any SCPC data rate above 1 Mbps

NORSAT ADVANTAGES

  • Norsat LNBs are graded by satellite and and Noise Temperature to provide the perfect balance between required performance and cost
  • Proven reliability for lower lifetime costs
  • Excellent DRO LO stability to control receiver drift and employ lower bit rates or narrower space segment
  • Excellent Phase Noise to Lower Carrier to Noise margins improving BER
Norsat 8525 Specifications
Input Frequency 3.4 to 4.2 GHz
L.O. frequency 5.15 GHz
Output frequency 950 to 1750 MHz
Noise Temperature 25°K
L.O. Stability (over temperature excl offset) ±500 kHz
Phase Noise (SSB)
@ 1kHz
@ 10kHz
@ 100kHz
-65 dBc/Hz
-80 dBc/Hz
-95 dBc/Hz
Input VSWR 2.0:1
Output VSWR 2.2:1
Conversion gain 64 dB
Output P1dB 8 dBm
Power requirements +15 to +24 V supplied through center conductor of IF cable
Current drain 130 mA
Connector Type Type F female (75 Ohm)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 180 x 100 x 70 mm
(7.1 x 4.0 x 2.8 in)
Weight 425 g / 15 oz

 Norsat 8525 C-Band DRO LNB Datasheet

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