Oscillators Products

  1. Low Phase-Noise TCXOs: M6030/M6131 Series

    MtronPTI offers the new M6030/M6131 series of low phase-noise TCXOs operating from 60 to 125 MHz for GPS reference, military communications, and test and measurement applications. Featuring an optimal balance between close-in phase noise and the noise floor, these TCXOs are ideally suited to operate as a reference clock within these applications.

  2. 10 To 50 MHz Dual-Compensated TCXO: T1250 Series

    Greenray presents the new Series T1250 temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) that are designed for instrumentation and mobile communications applications requiring high stability and very low input power. Available for operation in the 10 to 50 MHz frequency range, these TCXOs feature CMOS or clipped Sinewave output, and a very tight temperature stability down to ±30ppB over -40 to +85°C, with long term aging down to 3ppM over 20 years.

  3. High-Reliability Space VCXO Standard

    Vectron has released the DOC206218, Rev A, which is the latest Hi-Rel Standard to be added to their current VCXO space portfolio. This document replaces the legacy VX-509 with the model 5116 platform and enables customers to specify component pedigree and quality assurance requirements with a 15-digit catalog part number.

  4. Extended-Temperature Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator: VX-505

    Vectron, a Knowles company, offers the VX-505 extended temperature, voltage controlled crystal oscillator with a wide temperature range from -55 to +125°C. Operating at frequencies from 20 to 800 MHz, this oscillator is ideal for communication, industrial, harsh environmental, and military applications.

  5. High Stability 150°C Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator: HX-171

    Vectron, a Knowles company, offers the HX-171 high temperature, high stability oven controlled crystal oscillator with wide operating temperature stabilities up to 5 ppb from -40 to +150°C. Operating at frequencies of 10 or 20 MHz, this oscillator is ideal as a timing reference for extreme environment applications in military, aerospace, and avionics markets.

  6. 7 – 14 GHz Broadband Voltage Controlled Oscillator: MAOC-410100

    The MAOC-410100 from MACOM is a wideband voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) ideal for applications including communication, test and measurement, and defense applications in the 7 – 14 GHz frequency range. With a flat output power and very low phase noise over its operating conditions, this device is fully matched and needs no external matching components.

  7. Voltage Controlled Oscillator: POS-150+

    Mini Circuits offers the POS-150+ voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) that is ideal for use in testing equipment such as signal generators with an operating frequency range from 75 MHz to 150 MHz. Highlights for this VCO include outstanding harmonic suppression of -23 dBc, a low load pull of 0.8 MHz, and up to 9.5 dbm of output power.

  8. Crystal Oscillators: ONYX Series

    ONYX Series crystal oscillators (OCXOs) offer low phase noise, temperature stability, and low acceleration sensitivity. With excellent phase noise performance during vibration, these OCXOs are ideal for an array of applications including military, airborne, ground, shipboard, testing, and base stations.

  9. Phased Locked Oscillators With Output Frequencies Between 50 MHz – 6000 MHz

    Pasternack offers a new line of phase locked oscillators (PLO) designed to deliver accurate and stable output frequencies between 50 MHz to 6000 MHz. These oscillators provide excellent phase noise and spurious performance, making them ideal for radar and other exciter or frequency generation applications, as well as for use in phase locked loops, frequency synthesizers function generators, and as local oscillator sources in receiver and transmitter stages.

  10. Small Form Factor, Tight Stability TCXO: VT-860

    The VT-860 is a temperature compensated crystal oscillator featuring tight stability and a small form factor 2.0mm x 1.6mm x 0.7mm package. This TCXO operates within the 13 MHz to 52 MHz frequency range, and produces a stability of +/-0.5ppm across the industrial temperature range of -40°C to 85°C.