Vectron's VT–704 Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO) 0.5ppm 5 to 52MHz, Clipped sine wave or CMOS output, analog temperature compensated oscillator in an industry standard four pin 7.0 x 5.0 mm package. Tight stability in the 7050 package continues to be a requirement for both legacy systems for backwards compatibility but also in newer designs where footprint compatibility with other oscillators remains a requirement.
The MD−223 OCXO is offered in a 22 x 25 mm footprint and capable of unprecedented stability for an oscillator of this cost, size and power consumption. The I²C interface provides customers control of the oscillator with digital tuning for further correction and stability improvement during holdover. This product is ideal for base stations, test and measurement and synthesizer applications, where performance can be improved with an existing package footprint.
The MD–261 module has an embedded 34 channel receiver that is both GPS and GLONASS compatible. and provides an LVCMOS 10 MHz and 1 pps output. An onboard OCXO or High Precision TCXO is available dependent on performance requirements. The module operates from −40°C to +85°C, and is capable of providing a holdover of 1.5 µs over 2 hours over a ±2°C temperature window.
Vectron International offers a complete line of Military QPL Clock Oscillators over the temperature range of -55°C to 125°C. The MIL–PRF–55310 oscillators are offered in hermetically sealed metal and ceramic packages and are qualified as Type 1 Class 2 Oscillators, using microelectronic (hybrid) technology. The product is B level screened for use in high reliability applications.
MCV Microwave dielectric antennas are compact size, high performance, reliable and cost competitive. MCV offers patch antennas in various sizes for GPS applications. Their rectangular micro strip designed patch antenna has excellent stability and sensitivity through the use of high-performance, proprietary dielectric materials with strict dimensional accuracy, excellent tolerance in dielectric constant and temperature stability.
MCV dielectric resonators are offered in TE, TM and TEM mode, providing a wide range of dielectric constant from Er=6 to Er=190 having very high Q factor to ultra-high Q factor, up to Qxf>300,000 measured at 10 GHz. MCV high K substrates are made of high dielectric constant materials from K=6 to 190. Standard sizes are 1" and 2" square with thickness from 10 mils and up. Custom size and thickness available upon request.
MCV Microwave cavity filters are available from 10 MHz to 40 GHz and with bandwidth from 0.1% to over 66%. Cavity filters offer very high Q and low insertion loss, steep skirt selectivity, and narrower bandwidths. MCV combline cavity and waveguide filters include cavity band pass filters, cavity band reject filters, cavity multiplexers, dual cavity duplexers, combline band pass filters, interdigital filters, waveguide bandpass filters and dielectric resonator loaded cavity filters.
MCV microwave LC filters feature center frequencies from 100 kHz to 10 GHz with excellent environmental performance in rugged surface mount and connectorized package. It is available in standard and special enhanced performance packages. We offer solutions in LC band pass filter, LC band reject filter, LC high pass filter, LC low pass filter, LC duplexer, LC multiplexer and LC tunable filter.
MCV helical filters feature small bandwidth, custom design and reliably tunable center frequency in UHF, VHF and SHF frequency range. MCV helical filters are silver plated in through-hole package to offer higher Q and low insertion loss. Toko helical filter (5 HW, 5 HT, 7 HW, 7 HT, 5 CHW, 5 CHT, 5 CHLW, CBT13, CBW13 series) replacements are available in pin-to-pin footprint match through-hole package.
MCV ceramic filters feature high Q/low loss, high rejection, small size in rugged SMT or connectorized package covering 300 MHz to 10 GHz. High power ceramic filters can handle 10 W, 20 W, 30 W and 60 W CW. Ceramic bandpass filters, band reject filters and multiplexers are used in 4G LTE small cell, DAS, in-building network, public safety and wireless communication up to 5 GHz. These are an economical option replacing cavity filters at a much smaller size.