MtronPTI offers the Stratum 3 M6071 series of TCXOs ideally designed for operation from 10 to 40 MHz frequencies for satcom, telecom, milcom, and other test and measurement applications. The M6071 series features a superior phase noise -97dBc/Hz @10 Hz offset, measured at 38.88 MHz.
The U8176LF is the world’s smallest ASIC based OCXO (Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator) designed to meet the most stringent requirements for 5G Remote Radio Head (RRH), small cell, optical network, and microwave transmission system applications.
MtronPTI introduces the XO517X Series of extended temperature, high stability OCXOs designed to be used as timing references for use in extreme environments. This series of oscillators delivers excellent temperature stability of less than +/-1.0ppb, over an operating temperature of -40°C to +90°C.
The VMS1197B magnetron is a high-power microwave oscillator in which the potential energy of an electron cloud near the cathode is converted into RF energy in a series of cavity resonators. This 750 kW magnetron operates within the 2.7 – 2.9 (S-band) GHz frequency range and delivers high peak and average RF power for use in weather, medical, or industrial applications.
The VS-800 is a voltage- controlled SAW oscillator designed to operate at the fundamental frequency of the internal SAW resonator. The SAW resonator is a high-Q Quartz device that enables the circuit to achieve ultra-low phase jitter performance over a wide operating temperature range.
Wi2Wi designs and manufactures a wide array of "PDI Brand" wide variety of Space Qualified Clock Oscillators specifically designed for the avionics and space market. The product family is hermetically sealed to exceed all performance and functionality requirements in the extreme environment in the space applications.
Greenray presents the T1254 series of radiation tolerant temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) designed for applications in the 10.0 to 50.0 MHz frequency range. These highly rugged TCXOs deliver excellent performance in high shock and vibration environments.
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