The Poseidon OCVCXO covers the 5MHz to 130MHz frequency range and has a <2e-11/g typical acceleration sensitivity. It’s ideal for vibration prone environments where dynamic phase noise performance is paramount.
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 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.
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 OCXO features superior close-in phase noise, SC-cut crystal, a +17 dBm output sine wave, and an extremely small, 14 x 21 x 6.8 mm SMD Package. It’s ideal for applications involving high end synthesizers, instrumentation, telecommunications systems, radar, and data communications. The oscillator also covers the 80-120 MHz frequency range. Download the datasheet for more information.
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.
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.
Exodus Dynamics, a world leader in microwave and mm-wave Phase Locked DROs, introduces EDPLO-2200 series Ultra Low Noise, Dual Frequency Phase Locked DRO.