This series of OCXO cover the 5MHz to 20MHz frequency range. It is ideal for low phase noise and excellent frequency stability applications including base stations, synthesizers, digital switching, test equipment and military.
The T1241 TCXO by Greenray Industries stands out from other temperature compensated crystal oscillators due to its excellent phase noise and low-g sensitivity (down to <7 x 10-11/g). Its vibration compensated package makes it ideal for mobile applications in which the TCXO will need to perform under conditions of vibration or shock.
Mtron PTI’s M6053/4, 6055/6, and 6065/6 series of TCXOs and VCTCXOs offer stability, tight tolerance and low phase noise for radio systems requiring longer battery life, small size and reduced weight.
The NV79A is an ovenized crystal oscillator (OCXO) with low phase noise options and excellent frequency vs. temperature stability. 3.3Vdc and 5Vdc supply voltages are available, and the oscillator is available in frequencies from 10MHz to 50MHz.
MtronPTI’s ultra-low jitter oscillator families are the newest additions to their broad frequency control and timing products. These oscillators offer a frequency range of 20 MHz to 220 MHz in LVPECL and LVDS formats with less than 100 fs RMS jitter.
ETL Systems offers a series of L-band oscillators with 10 MHz and DC multiplexed output, covering voltage ranges between 8 and 48 V. In each model, the RF port is able to take an L-band signal and multiplex it with a high stability 10 MHz source with an option to insert DC into the output port. An independent on/off switch controls the 10 MHz and DC ports. Available RF connector options consist of 50 Ω SMA, N-type, BNC and 75 Ω BNC or F-types. Field applications include telecom infrastructures, satellite systems, microwave links, test and instrumentation, military communications, and radar networks.
ETL Systems offers a series of 3 models of L-band, single port, ovenised, reference frequency oscillators. This product line offers output levels of 0, 5, or 10 dBm with excellent frequency stability versus temperature and time, and an external DC bias requirement of 8-24V. Components are available with 50 Ω SMA, N-type, BNC and 75 Ω BNC or F-type connector options. Typical field applications for these oscillators include telecom infrastructures, satellite systems, microwave links, test and measurement, military communications, and radar networks.
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.