What are the four methods for fine-tuning the output frequencies of IDT's Universal Frequency Translator 3G (UFT3G) devices?

Table 1 below summarizes the four methods for fine-tuning the UFT3G output frequency. Each mechanism manipulates different parts of the device and has different responses.
 
WDCO mode, Fractional Output Divider (FOD) adjustment, and Pre-Divider Offsets are recommended for dynamic frequency adjustment. Compared to the WDCO mode, the FOD adjustment has the advantage of finer frequency granularity and a faster response time. However, it is limited to output frequencies of 400MHz and below. The Input Pre-Divider mechanism can be used to create very slow, smooth frequency transients that are governed by the digital bandwidth settings.
 
Refer to application note AN-870 for more details. For other questions not addressed by the knowledge base, please submit a technical support request.
 

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Application Notes & White Papers
AN-870 UFT3G Frequency Tuning Application Note PDF 835 KB Nov 5, 2014