The M617x and M618x TCXOs are ideal for switch, router, and secure communication applications. They are smaller package versions of MtronPTI’s M615x and M616x series.
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 voltage controlled SAW oscillator (VCSO) features low phase noise, low vibration sensitivity, and rugged hybrid construction in a hermetically sealed, 1.0” x 1.0” x .2” SMT Kovar package.
This precision TCXO/VCTCXO acts as the timing reference in radios, satellite terminals, and handheld test equipment. It is designed for environmentally hostile conditions – operation under vibration and temperature extremes – and with the US military’s Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) initiative in mind.
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 Zeus OCVCXO is well-suited for phase-locked microwave signal sources like DROs, low-noise test equipment, synthesizers, radar applications, and microwave com-systems. It covers the 30-130 MHz frequency range, and has a +7 dBm output level.
Low phase noise, high frequency reference oscillators improve signal-to-noise ratios in microwave radios, RF/EW/ATE, radar systems, spectrum analyzers and more. The XO5085 covers the 50 MHz to 160 MHz range, has very low phase noise and comes in a 1” sq. package.
This oscillator features high stability, a 25 MHz to 150 MHz operating frequency, an HCMOS output, and a -55 oC to +125 oC operating temperature range. It’s ideal for harsh environments with high and low temperatures and high vibration and is particularly well suited for avionics manufacturers due to its tight tolerance with temperature and low drift over a long lifetime.