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.
PDI’s LV5 and PE5 series of miniature oscillators come in 3.2mm x 5mm ceramic packages. Their size and low jitter (0.2pS for the LV5 and 0.3pS for the PE5) over the telecommunication industry standard carrier offset of 12kHz to 20MHz makes them ideal for telecom clocking applications.
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.
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.
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.
These voltage controlled oscillators feature gold substrates, low junction temperatures, added temperature stability, high output power, and lowpass filtering. Several different models are available with varying tuning ranges and output powers, each with rugged construction for demanding commercial and military applications.
This OCXO (oven controlled crystal oscillator) covers the 8 MHz to 100 MHz frequency range and features ultra-high stability (- to + 0.2 ppb over -10oC to +60oC), a low aging rate (- to + 0.2 ppb/day, + 0.03 ppm/year), a low allan variance (- up to 3E-12 at 1s), and since wave or HCMOS outputs.
PDI recently released four new miniature TCXOs for applications involving telecommunications, avionics, military/defense systems, industrial controls, and for integration into handheld test equipment. Each oscillator in the series offers ultra-low phase noise, low jitter, and excellent performance in high vibration environments. They all cover the 10MHz to 52MHz frequency range.