Available in a small PMC format, the Model 7190 multi-frequency clock synthesizer promise to maintain signal integrity and quality in systems where reliable performance is critical. All eight of its output clocks are phase locked to an external frequency reference, typically 5 MHz or 10 MHz and it uses four TI CDC7005 clock synchronizers, each controlling a quad frequency VCXO. Each CDC7005 is programmable to select any one of its four VCXO frequencies, providing a total of sixteen different VCXO frequencies for the board. Each of these frequencies can then be divided by 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16, resulting in 80 different clock frequency choices. Additionally, the 7190 includes a nonvolatile memory. Price is $2,495. For more details, contact Mario Schiavone at PENTEK INC., Upper Saddle River, NJ. (201) 818-5900, ext. 770.
Company: PENTEK INC.
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