The NO6 double oven crystal oscillator has a 10 MHz (typical) center frequency and has temperature stability as low as .2ppb. Its design makes it ideal for network timing and general precision applications. The DOCXO is available with a +5VDC input supply voltage and/or with a sinewave output.
The LV7 series of high performance clock oscillators are ideal for communications systems where low jitter is mandated by chipset suppliers and system level performance demands. The series is comprised of several different models with variations in frequency stability, operating temperature, and supply voltage. It collectively covers the 40 to 200 MHz frequency range.
To handle the increase in mobile traffic driven by smart phones, tablets and increasing video streams, carriers are switching to Synchronous Ethernet. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and IEEE created Sync E and IEEE 1588v2 timing standards to insure interoperability in this new packet-based network. MtronPTI’s XO5x84-1588-R Series OCXO (Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator) is specifically designed and tested for Sync E and 1588v2, has very low wander generation and is available in 10 MHz, 12.8 MHz and 20 MHz versions.
The GDM series of millimeter wave mechanically-tuned Gunn oscillators can be used as test and instrumentation sources, as drivers for multipliers, and as a local oscillator for radar, radiometer, and telecommunication transmitters and receivers. They feature high output power, excellent stability and reliability, low AM and FM noise, and more.
SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) Oscillators by Phonon are essentially specialty microcircuits that process analog signals in radar, communications, electronic warfare (EW), and other defense and space applications. SAW Oscillators are different from other oscillator types in that they use acoustic waves on a material's surface for signal processing.
This SMT oscillator is available in fixed or programmable frequency bands from 5 MHz to over 12 GHz. This phase-locked oscillator has the ability to program to the same phase state in relation to the reference at every turn-on. This is particularly important in weather radar systems applications.
The M615x Series TCXO/VCTCXO (temperature compensated crystal oscillator/voltage controlled temperature compensated crystal oscillator) reduces phase noise and increases stability for Stratum 3 reference clock applications.
This oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) covers the 8 MHz to 100 MHz frequency range and is the industry’s smallest of its kind. It utilizes a unique SC cut crystal technology to achieve low power consumption (0.23W at +25ºC) and features an incredibly compact size, allowing for additional board space.