Oscillators Products

  1. Extended Temperature OCXOs
    7/25/2016

    Vectron has expanded their OCXO extended temperature range product family with the OX-400/401 and the MD-403. These OCXOs are ideal for applications in uncontrolled environments where operating temperatures exceed industrial temperature ranges. These applications include base stations, test equipment, synthesizers, and military communication equipment.

  2. 50 – 125 MHz Very Low Phase Noise TCXO: T1265 And T1266 Series
    8/4/2017

    Greenray presents the Series T1265 and T1266 temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) that are designed for communications and instrumentation applications, as well as PLL or up-conversion applications. Available for operation in the 50 to 125 MHz frequency range, these TCXOs deliver OCXO-like performance without the input power requirements and warm-up characteristics. 

  3. Crystal Oscillators: ONYX Series
    11/22/2016

    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.

  4. High Stability 150°C Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator: HX-171
    7/27/2016

    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.

  5. 10-52 MHz Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators: T51 Series
    9/9/2016

    Greenray presents the new Series T51 temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) that are designed for mobile applications requiring high shock and very tight stability. Available for operation in the 10 to 52 MHz frequency range, these TCXOs feature CMOS or clipped Sinewave output, and g-sensitivity of ≤7x10-11/g.