[eagle] Re: Jim's Phase Noise Number!!
John B. Stephensen
kd6ozh at comcast.net
Tue Jun 12 07:48:28 PDT 2007
The high-capacitance ceramic capacitors are very useful for switching
regulators and for general bypassing. They're actually less expensive than
tantalum electrolytics in most cases. Consequently, there are no tantalum
capacitors in the 70 cm receiver.
NP0 capacitors are probably OK, but a 0.01 uF capacitor in an 0603 size
appears to be much more microphonic than the larger leaded version. I used
plastic film capacitors in the PLL integrators but should have used them
everywhere in the feedback loops. Unfortunately, they are going to be larger
than the ceramic capacitors.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matt Ettus" <matt at ettus.com>
To: "Chuck Green" <greencl at mindspring.com>
Cc: <eagle at amsat.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 05:05 UTC
Subject: [eagle] Re: Jim's Phase Noise Number!!
>> My advice is to choose the technology that best suits your needs. They
>> both work and we have a lot of success with both of them when we take
>> precautions as described above.
> I don't know how they do in space, but you can now get very large
> ceramic caps -- like 22uF in a 1206 package.
> Via the Eagle mailing list courtesy of AMSAT-NA
> Eagle at amsat.org
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