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Oscillators

Source: Greenray Industries, Inc.

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Oscillators are one of the most widely used components in electronic devices today, regardless of the application. In electronics, oscillators are used as electronic circuits that produce a repetitive electronic signal. Greenray's extensive line of Oscillators are available in a variety of packages from miniature DIP and SMT to larger, industry-standard sizes, and are available in a wide range of frequencies.
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OCXO - Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillators

Greenray's Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillators (OCXOs) are manufactured through unique design techniques that focus on low phase noise and tight frequency stability over temperature, and offer excellent long-term characteristics for use in military and communications applications.

Greenray Industries OCXOs have served the communications, instrumentation, and military markets since 1961. The oscillator is designed to operate at an elevated fixed temperature to ensure the quartz crystal oscillator environment is extremely stable under the most demanding applications.

The latest Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator product range presented by Greenray Industries focuses on low phase noise, exceptional stability and low g-sensitivity optimization for the most demanding of applications.

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TCXO- Temperature Controlled Crystal Oscillators

Greenray's Temperature Controlled Crystal Oscillators (TCXOs) are designed for communications, instrumentation and military applications. Our TCXOs feature temperature stabilities of 1ppm or less and are available in a variety of packages, including SMT, and are available from 20 KHz to 1 GHz.

We incorporate leading-edge design and innovative manufacturing techniques to produce extremely rugged oscillators that are ideal for mobile and airborne applications, including smart munitions.

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