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.
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.
CTS Electronic Components’ Model 144 is the industry’s smallest oven controlled crystal oscillator, with a height of only 8 mm. It operates in the 8 MHz to 120 MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving synthesizers, portable wireless communications, battery powered applications, and portable wireless devices.
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.
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.
Phonon has been producing an extensive legacy of space-qualified SAW devices since 1987. All products are built to each customer’s individual requirements. Products can be built for either commercial or military space applications. Our space-qualified products are all built to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K reliability.
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).
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.