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Pascall Launches High Performance Crystal Oscillators

June 14, 2006
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Pascall, booth 534, has chosen MTT-S to announce a new range of high performance OCXOs. These will be manufactured at the company's Isle of Wight facility in the south of England, UK. The oscillators will be housed in an SMA connectorised package as standard, with dimensions of 2" x 2" x 0.75". The standard range will cover spot frequencies from 50 to 130 MHz with options on phase noise performance specifications.


Typical performance at 100 MHz:
Offsets; at 100 Hz:-120 dBc/Hz; at 1 kHz:-150 dBc/Hz; at >10 kHz:-173 dBc/Hz. These units are designed and constructed to meet the increasing demand for high performance reference oscillators. Oven temperature controlled SC-cut crystals are used to give excellent temperature stability combined with the lowest possible phase noise.

The oscillators will be available with either mechanical or electrical tuning with the option of a low noise reference voltage output to allow the oscillator to be tuned using an external potentiometer.Pascall, booth 534, has chosen MTT-S to announce a new range of high performance OCXOs. These will be manufactured at the company's Isle of Wight facility in the south of England, UK. The oscillators will be housed in an SMA connectorised package as standard, with dimensions of 2" x 2" x 0.75". The standard range will cover spot frequencies from 50 to 130 MHz with options on phase noise performance specifications.

Typical performance at 100 MHz:
Offsets; at 100 Hz:-120 dBc/Hz; at 1 kHz:-150 dBc/Hz; at >10 kHz:-173 dBc/Hz. These units are designed and constructed to meet the increasing demand for high performance reference oscillators. Oven temperature controlled SC-cut crystals are used to give excellent temperature stability combined with the lowest possible phase noise.

The oscillators will be available with either mechanical or electrical tuning with the option of a low noise reference voltage output to allow the oscillator to be tuned using an external potentiometer.

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