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Rakon launches low voltage (1.2 V) miniature TCXO

September 16, 2013
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Rakon pioneered the world’s first 0.5 ppm TCXO for GPS applications anis proud to announce the extension of our product offering to include the RIT2016C model TCXO.

The RIT2016C minimizes power consumption in portable devices to extend the battery life while still delivering the performance advantage that Rakon’s customers have come to expect. 

Operating at a 1.2 V supply voltage, the RIT2016C reduces power consumption even further with the additional benefit of the enable-disable mode to deliver better power management.

The RIT2016C is available in the small form factor 2.0 x 1.6 mm.

Current available frequencies are 19.2MHz, 26.0MHz and 38.4 MHz; other frequencies upon request.

The RIT2016C also has the following features:

  • Frequency ranges available from 19 to 40 MHz
  • Frequency versus temperature stability as tight as ±0.5 ppm over -40° to 85°C
  • Low start up drift rate
  • Excellent phase noise performance
  • Low aging: Long term stability better than ±1 ppm/year
  • Low profile: Height less than 0.8mm

The high performance of the RIT2016C establishesit as the perfect solution for applications with stringent battery life requirements. It is ideally suited for Smart Meters, PND, Smartphones, Tablets, GPS and Fitness Watches when low power consumption and high stability are key features.

Please email for engineering sample orders, or to receive further information and support for your next solution.

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