The VS-800 is the latest addition to our high frequency voltage controlled SAW oscillator (VCSO) family, packaged in a 5.0 x 3.2 x 1.8 mm3 making it the smallest ultra low-jitter VCSO available on the market. This VCSO is capable of achieving 6 fs rms jitter performance over the offset bandwidth of 12 kHz to 20 MHz. This product is ideal for emerging optical transport networks.
The HX-171 is a high stability oven controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) and is the latest addition to the high temperature oscillator family. Utilizing Vectron’s proprietary crystal designs and state of the art correction algorithms, the HX-171 is achieving a stability of +/-5 ppb over the extended temperature range of -40°C to 150°C. This OCXO offers aging performances of +/-1.5 ppb/day and is specifically designed for extreme environmental conditions.
The OX-400/401 and the MD-403 are the latest additions to the OCXO extended temperature range product family. Stabilities of +/-5 ppb (OX-400/401) and an uncorrected stability of +/-10 ppb (MD-403) are achieved while operating across a temperature range of -40° to 95°C. These OCXOs are ideal for applications in uncontrolled environments where operating temperatures can exceed the industrial temperature range.
The OX-407 low g-sensitivity oven controlled crystal oscillator is housed in a compact 14 x 20 mm dual inline package with g-sensitivity performance as low as 0.07 ppb/g. Covering the frequency range of 10 to 50 MHz and a phase noise floor of -150 dBc at 100 kHz offsets, this OCXO provides design engineers with limited board space a small form factor alternative without sacrificing overall performance in their design.
The VT-860 temperature compensated crystal oscillator is housed in a small form factor 2.0 mm x 1.6 mm x 0.7 mm package. This TCXO produces a stability of +/-0.5 ppm across the industrial temperature range of -40oC to 85oC and offers a frequency range of 13 to 52 MHz. Tight stability TCXOs are a core component in enabling precision location services. The VT-860 delivers high stability in a compact low power design, making it ideal for a wide range of GNSS applications.
The OX–209 is the latest addition to our precision OCXO ultra low noise oscillator family. Packaged in a 25 x 25 mm footprint, this OCXO offers an impressive phase noise floor performance of -175 dBc/Hz, while operating in the frequency range of 20 to 35 MHz. This product is designed for applications that demand extremely low noise sources, including the reference oscillator for a phase–locked loop in the microwave spectrum.
The VX-708 high temperature voltage control crystal oscillator has a 4-point mount design for high shock and vibration environments. This VCXO performs over an extended operating temperature range of -55oC to +180oC with a frequency range of 2 to 40 MHz while providing an absolute pull range of +/-50 ppm making it ideal for harsh environmental applications.
DOC206218, Rev A is the latest Hi-Rel Standard to be added to our Space portfolio. This document replaces the legacy VX-509 with the model 5116 platform and enables customers to specify component pedigree and quality assurance requirements with a 15-digit catalog part number. This VCXO supports a 1 to 85MHz frequency range with typical phase noise performance of -167dBc/Hz at 100 kHz (16 MHz, +5 V).
The OX-208 is the latest addition to our precision OCXO high stability oscillator family. In a 25.4 x 25.4 mm footprint, this OCXO offers +/-0.8 ppb stability over the Industrial Temperature range, while also offering impressive phase noise performance over the frequency range of 5 MHz to 20 MHz. Features include frequency range: 5 to 20 MHz, temp stability: +/-0.4 ppb over 0 to 70o C, temp stability: +/-0.8 ppb over -40 to 85o C, package: 25.4 x 25.4 x 12.7 mm, aging: 0.15 ppb/day and phase noise: -155 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset.
The OX–305 is a 100 MHz ultra low phase noise ovenized crystal oscillator with a noise floor as low as –178 dBc/Hz in a compact 20 mm x 20 mm x 13 mm enclosure. Designed for applications that demand extremely low noise sources; including the reference oscillator for a phase–locked loop in the microwave spectrum. Custom frequencies available upon request.