- The new, small SMD oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) by Raltron covers a wide frequency range at a steady voltage supply and has offers phase noise
- Can be used reliably for applications such as 5G wireless infrastructure, transmission, precision instrumentation, broadcasting and utility metering infrastructure
Raltron, a global producer of high-performance frequency management components and antenna products, has designed a small SMD oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) for ultra-small size and better temperature stability in applications such as 5G wireless infrastructure, transmission, precision instrumentation, broadcasting, utility metering infrastructure and more.
The OX7000 Series covers a frequency range from 5.000 MHz to 40.000 MHZ with a power supply voltage of 3.3 V at 150 mA steady state. The OX7000 Series OCXO combines ultra-small size with ultra-reliable frequency stability of +/-10 ppb.
“Built to support customer demands, the OX7000 Series delivers superior performance in a miniature package. Ensuring minimal frequency deviations after reflow, the high stability OCXO is ideal for low-frequency wireless and RF applications that require low noise,” said Ross Weiss, VP sales at Raltron.
Housed in a hermetically sealed package and with dimensions at 9 mm x 7 mm for improved reliability, the OX7000 Series offers a quick warm-up time of 3 minutes, low phase noise of -158 dBc/Hz at 10kHz offset and HCMOS output levels.wireles
The OX7000 is available in stock at key Raltron distributors.