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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Apr 10, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I am new to the newsgroups, so please let me know if I am not
    following some
    'written or unwritten' rules about posting. I posted this to
    sci.electronics.design and thought I would try this also.
    I am tasked with evaluating the feasablility of having an
    upconverter designed. The requirements are not clear yet, but the
    design will probably need to convert a 10-100 mhz sinewave to some L
    band frequency. The output will need to be gated on with an externally
    supplied signal that has programmable output amplitude, and will
    support most 'positive-logic' families. The gate signal will be 50ns to
    1mS. The IF input will be CW and linear-sweep type waveforms.
    We are open to suggestions concerning off-the-shelf type
    solutions, as well as custom design.
    Also, we have been bitten in the past by 'out-of-house' designs
    that just don't seem to work as advertised. Any suggestions? Is there
    such a thing as a contract based upon a working prototype? Am I
    dreaming, or is there a way to guarantee a contractor or consultant
    delivers as promised?

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  2. John Fields

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