DUSP4

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DUSP4

A gene on chromosome 8p12-p11 that encodes dual-specificity phosphatase 4, a protein which regulates mitogenic signal transduction by dephosphorylating both Thr and Tyr residues on MAP kinases ERK1/MAPK3 and ERK2/MAPK1.
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HEAVY [ON.sub.1] /PO/ AD[J.sub.P] (pesado/grande PARA) [??] HEAVY [WITH.sub.2]/PO/Reversibility S + V + HEAVY + ON + PREP O + (A) PREP O = NP, typ. LOCATIVE (Typ.
- Low dropout voltage: 210 mV typ. (products having the output of 1.5 V, IOUT = 100 mA)
Coming in a SMT SOT-883L TLP leadless package, Central Semiconductor's CET3904E (NPN) and CET3906E (PNP) 40-V general-purpose transistors exhibit [V.sub.CE(SAT)] values of 0.100V (max.) and 0.057 V (typ.) at 10 mA, and 0.2 V (max.) and 0.100 V (typ.) at 50 mA.
Input SWR is 1.5 to 2.0 (typ), output frequency range is 1 to 20 GHz, output power variation is [+ or -]1.5 dB (typ) and output power level is 0 to 15 dBm (typ).
The out of band insertion loss is 2.0 dB (typ) and the tuning sensitivity is 24 MHz/MA (typ).
The device features 6.5[ohm] (typ.) on-resistance and 3 pF (typ.) on-capacitance.
Even though the device covers a broad spectrum of bandwidth, the VCO exhibits an unequalled phase noise performance of -95 dBc/Hz (typ) at 10 kHz from the carrier, making it the ideal component for any CATV head-end equipment while boasting a nearly perfect linear tuning capability.