Versatile TCXOs Offer Stratum 3 Stability At Up To 77.76 MHz

Feb. 1, 2001
Based on the company's new Pluto temperature compensation IC, the CFPT-9050 series of temperature-compensated crystal oscillators operate at any output frequency between 1.0 and 80 MHz. The series meets the stability and frequency pullability

Based on the company's new Pluto temperature compensation IC, the CFPT-9050 series of temperature-compensated crystal oscillators operate at any output frequency between 1.0 and 80 MHz. The series meets the stability and frequency pullability requirements of all SDH/SONET clock requirements up to and including Stratum 3. The TCXO comes in an FR4-based, 14 mm x 9 mm SMT package with a footprint that is compatible with industry-standard six-pad SOJ-20 devices. The device can achieve Stratum 3 stability even at a 77.76 MHz output.
In addition to offering stabilities within ±0.3 ppm between 0°C and +70°C, the device can be specified for operating temperature ranges from -40°C to +85°C at ±1.0 ppm stability, or -55°C to +105°C at ±1.5 ppm. Aging is a maximum of ±3 ppm over 10 years. The device is priced between $15 and $100 each according to specs and quantity.

Company: C-MAC MICROTECHNOLOGY

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