News | August 2, 2010

Precision Devices To Introduce New OCXOs At European Microwave Week

Source: Wi2Wi LLC

European Microwave Week, Stand 139A

Precision Devices ( will unveil new oven controlled crystal oscillators (OCXOs) at the European Microwave Week exhibition, 26th September to 1st October in Paris, France. The company will also be showing its range of frequency control products, including sinewave OCXOs and high-end temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) targeted at microwave applications.

As well as the new OCXOs, the products on display will include the TS07 ultra-tight tolerance TCXO. This oscillator has no warm-up time and uses less power compared to low-end OCXOs, making it more suitable for many applications that require high accuracy.

The TS07 has a tolerance of only 0.14ppm over an operating temperature range from -20°C to +70°C, and 0.28ppm over an extended operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C. It covers a frequency range from 5MHz to 26MHz, and measures only 7mm by 5mm by 2mm in a compact SMD package.

"European Microwave Week is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our high-end frequency control devices, which meet the demanding requirements of a broad range of microwave and RF applications," said Chris Emmerson, business development manager at Precision Devices UK.

European Microwave Week takes place in Paris, France, from 26th September to 1st October 2010. For more information visit

About Precision Devices
Precision Devices (PDI) has global facilities in the US, UK and China, from where it designs and manufactures frequency control products. With an established engineering heritage PDI offers a comprehensive range of precision engineered crystals, crystal filters and clock oscillators, voltage controlled oscillators (VCXOs), temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) and oven controlled crystal oscillators (OCXOs). PDI supports customers in a wide range of industry sectors including RF/microwave, avionics, space, defence, automotive, telecommunications and consumer. For further information, visit