MtronPTI offers custom spectrum and timing control solutions for Aero/defense communication, avionics and navigation, Internet infrastructure and instrumentation applications. Solutions include standard component and custom subsystems with:
RF, microwave and millimeter wave filters: fixed frequency, tunable and switched, low g-sensitivity, low drift and harsh environment oscillators and/or solid state RF power amplifiers.
All three MtronPTI design and manufacturing sites (Orlando FL, Yankton SD and Noida, India) are ISO9001:2008 certified. Yankton is AS9100 Rev. C certified for aerospace oscillator design and manufacture. Orlando is AS9100 Rev. C certified for custom filter, crystal oscillator and precision resonator products.
Quartz crystal devices are used for an increasing amount of applications with each new technological advancement in computers, peripherals, consumer electronics, telecommunications, and industrial electronics. Engineers are now responsible for specifying crystal parameters for their specific application, which comes with the need to better understand crystal devices. This application will define and discuss certain parameters for quartz crystals.
Noise elements that cause clock signal periods to vary are known as jitter. Jitter is composed of deterministic sources such as power supply, and random content sources such as thermal vibrations. This white paper from MtronPTI presents in-depth information on the definition of jitter, different types of jitter sources, how to measure jitter, and how to correlate jitter from supplier to customer.
MtronPTI recently announced the new ultra-low jitter quad output oscillator that utilizes Microsemi’s low-jitter buffer technology. The M9200 series is ideal for lowering the overall cost of ownership, increasing overall performance, and accelerating time-to-market while eliminating usage of external components in telecom, Ethernet, datacom and server markets.
Paul Dechen with MtronPTI took a few minutes out of day two of the IMS2015 exhibition to catch us up on their solutions for frequency and spectrum control.
MtronPTI, leader in precision frequency and spectrum control solutions for aerospace, defense, Internet, instrumentation and industrial markets today announced the second product line expansion in two months: introducing a full line of solid state RF power amplifiers. MtronPTI’s new products use state-of-the-art GaN, LDMOS, GaAs FET and chip-and-wire technologies complementary to their current RF & microwave filter products.
MtronPTI, leader in precision frequency control and custom RF solutions for defense, aerospace, telecommunications and industrial markets recently announced frequency expansion to 80 GHz, millimeter waves for filters and diplexers. The additional products are the result of a business partnership with Microwavefilters & TVC S.r.l. (MW&TVC) in Milan who will now represent MtronPTI exclusively in the Italian market.
MtronPTI offers a wide range of precision frequency control and data timing solutions. On day 2 of the IMS 2014 exhibition, their vice president of sales Paul Dechen gave us an overview of his company’s process and how they go about in assisting engineers with their communications systems and instrumentation projects.
MtronPTI, leader in precision frequency control and custom RF/microwave filters, today announced the appointment of Conrad Jordan as Timing Products Vice President and Business Center Manager.
MtronPTI (wholly owned subsidiary of The LGL Group (NYSE MKT: LGL), leader in precision frequency control and custom RF/microwave filters, today announced it has acquired certain assets from Trilithic, Inc. The company based in Indianapolis, developed fixed and tunable frequency bandpass, band-reject, high pass and low pass filter products for cellular, military and other wireless applications.
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The M616X Series of TCXOs and TCVCXOs from MtronPTI are designed to provide low voltage, surface mount solutions for a variety of applications including GPS, military, avionics, test and measurement, WLAN, WiMax base stations, point to point/multi-point radios, medical equipment, frequency synthesis, frequency translation, and more. These oscillators are available in frequencies from 8 to 40 MHz, and selective frequencies up to 52 MHz.
The new Ultra-Low Phase Noise OCXO – XO5085-160MHz from MtronPTI is a new addition to their frequency control and timing products. As one of the lowest phase noise OCXOs in the industry, this device is available at 160 MHz nominal frequency.
MtronPTI offers the new M2700 and M2702 Series Clock Oscillators engineered with PLL technology, offering the advantage of programming to any frequency without compromising the system performance. These oscillators also feature outstanding performance and stability over the entire temperature range.
The TF010x Series of digitally tuned bandpass filters from MtronPTI are designed to support frequency hopping in NATO HAVE QUICK IIA, Saturn, and similar secure radios, extending their range through lower passband insertion loss. These devices are able to clean up the transmit spectrum before reaching the final power amplifier, and block out-of-band energy from entering the receiver.
The new M3027 and M3028 Series of low jitter VCXOs are designed with 3D overtone crystal to provide excellent performance and stability over the entire operating temperature range and wide pull range. These devices feature LVCMOS output, low RMS jitter performance, low phase noise, and RoHS directive compliance.
The M9200 from MtronPTI is an ultra-low jitter quad output oscillator designed to increase overall performance and accelerate time-to-market while eliminating usage of external components. It simultaneously provides 4 differential or single ended outputs. This oscillator helps to lower costs for high-speed switching applications in datacom, telecom, and server markets.
The new Ultra-Low Phase Noise OCXO-XO5123 from MtronPTI is the newest addition to their frequency control and timing products. As one of the lowest phase noise OCXOs in the industry, this device is available in the 10 to 40 MHz output frequency range.
Whether flying at 40,000’ watching videos online or at 500’ watching over-the-hill radar, it’s the picture that counts not the display. And vibration from rotary wing engines, weapons fire or simple high altitude turbulence can blur radar images or cause satellite links to loose lock breaking your focus.