Operation of modern telecom, navigation, control and measurement systems requires reference frequency sources. Their performance actually determines the systems’ main characteristics. Frequency stability vs. temperature, long-term and short-term stabilities, and phase noise are the most important for many applications. Read this white paper about this topic.
Morion has released the new MV269, low noise OCXO in a small DIL14 package, measuring just 21 x 13 x 9.5 millimeters. Available 60 to 120 MHz, the MV269 has phase noise of -153 dBc/Hz at 1 kHz offset and <-170 dBc/10 kHz; sinewave or HCMOS. Works at 5 or 3.3 V. Temperature stability at <5E-8 from 0° to 60° C; frequency adjustment for external synchronization provided, but due to <1E-7/year aging may work as a stand-alone unit.
With a 10 MHz MV341 type OCXO Morion achieves ultimate Allan Deviation values down to 2E-13 per 1…10 seconds and excellent close in phase noise of <-120 dBc/Hz at 1 Hz and <-146 dBc/Hz at 10 Hz. MV341 is an ideal solution for various scientific, test and measurement, radar, signal clean-up applications. Additionally it guarantees stability level vs. operating temperature range up to 1E-9 and aging up to2E-8/year. MV341 is available with 12 V voltage supply and SIN output.
Morion US, a supplier of customers with high-performance, high-reliability crystal oscillator and crystal filter products for telecommunications, navigation and test & measurement markets will be exhibiting at the International Microwave Symposium in Phoenix, Ariz., May 17-22.
Morion announced low profile precision OCXO MV317 available with a frequency range 80 MHz 122.88 MHz. With a package size of 25 x 25 x 10.3 mm it guarantees stability level vs. operating temperature range up to 5E-8 and aging – up to 1E-7/year. The MV317 offers highly improved phase noise levels better than: -135 dB/Hz at 100 Hz, -162 dB/Hz at 1 kHz, and -176 dB/Hz at 100 kHz for 100 MHz output.
Morion US will be presenting a new line of ultra-low phase noise OCXOs (10 and 100 MHz) at SATELLITE 2015 conference, March 16-19 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. These OCXOs are ideal for SATCOM frequency convertor and synthesizer applications.