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CTS Corp., through its subsidiary, CTS Electronic Components Inc., continues to deliver outstanding products that meet more industry’s needs by offering clock and voltage control oscillators with high performances and great values. The company will be unveiling these new devices on June 3-5, 2014 at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Tampa, FL at booth number 322.
Newly added clock oscillators, Models 637, 638 and 653, enhance jitter performances for applications such as synchronous ethernet, WLAN/WiMax, xDSL, SerDes, storage area, fiber channel, SONET, optical data transmission, telecom and test & measurement. The devices feature phase jitter RMS as low as <0.1ps (Model 638), <0.5ps (Model 637) and <0.7ps (Model 653) at 12kHz to 20MHz bandwidth. The oscillators provide wide frequency ranges up to 170MHz (Model 638) or up to 320MHz (Model 637 and Model 653) and are housed in a 5x7 mm (Model 637 and Model 638) or 3.2x5 mm package (Model 653). Additional attributes include complimentary differential outputs (LVPECL or LVDS), 2.5V or 3.3V supply voltage and fundamental and 3rd overtone crystal designs.
Also to be presented at IMS is a small-sized 3.2x5 mm VCXO, Model 353, with excellent phase noise and tight stability for broadband access, synchronous ethernet, phase locked loops, pico-cells, SONET/SDH, audio/video, set-top box, telecom and test & measurement. It features a frequency range of 1MHz-80MHz and 2.5V, 3.3V or 5.0V supply voltage options with an HCMOS output and fundamental crystal design.
To learn more about these oscillator models, please visit us in June at the show, or call +1-800-757-6686 (North America), +65-6481-1466 (Asia) or +1-508-435-6831 (International), or email email@example.com—or contact a supporting CTS sales representative or one of CTS’ many distribution partners.
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