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Vector Modulator working in FM band (88MHz - 108MHz)

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Can anyone suggest where I can get a commercially off the shelf Vector modulator that can work at the frequency of 88-108MHz?

Can anyone suggest a good place to look for vector modulators online?

I know minicircuits and hittite, RF design, but thats about it.

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How about test and measurement equipment, e.g. an Agilent E433x signal generator.
 

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Analog Devices sells eval boards for some linear vector
modulators. I used a rack of four, to make the phase
field for a digital vector modulator I was designing. You
would need a 90 degree phase split somewhere in the
system because they want I and Q inputs (using baluns
I believe, to split phase fromt here).

It would surprise me if there weren't something more
elegant out there now, with a single-phase input being
a real nicety.
 

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