This frequency source covers the 3 to 18 GHz frequency range and features a self-checking function, a controlling power supply, and signal control. It has a 1 kHz frequency step, >10dBm output level, <3dB amplitude flatness at room temperature (<5dB at high and low temperatures), >50dB stray rejection, and >40dB harmonic rejection. For more information on its electrical and mechanical specifications, download the datasheet.
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 T85H series of TCVCXOs are available in frequencies from 5-52 MHz, with 10 MHz, 12.8 MHz, 16.384 MHz, 19.2 MHz, 19.44 MHz, 20 MHz, 26 MHz, 19.44 MHz, 20 MHz, 26 MHz, 40 MHz, and 50 MHz all being standard.
This frequency source is used for calibration and covers the 25 to 3000 MHz frequency range. It has <1ppm frequency stability, > -10dBm output power, >30dB controlled range output power, >40dBc spurious rejection, and a 100 MHz external and internal reference clock. For additional information on its specifications, download the datasheet.
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.
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 page provides an overview of Vectron International’s oscillators ideal for use in medical equipment involving diagnostic imaging, wireless telemetry/patient monitoring, ultrasound, MRI equipment, CT scanning, and PET (Positron Emission Tomography).
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.