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Electronic Design’s Products of the Week (8/23-8/29)
Aug 25, 2015
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LVPECL Clock Oscillator Provides -162 dBc/Hz Noise
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The CCPD-575 from Crystek Corporation is a new ultra-low phase noise LVPECL
oscillator that provides a -162 dBc/Hz noise floor, which is at least 15 dB lower phase
noise than most LVPECL oscillators on the market today. Close-in phase noise is @ -90
dBc/Hz for the 100 MHz variant. This overall ultra-low phase noise translates to a typical
phase jitter of 85 fsec RMS Typical (12 kHz to 20 MHz). Frequency range is 50.000 to
156.250 MHz and frequency stability is ±20 ppm. Operating temperature range is -40°C
to +85°C and storage temperature range is -45°C to 90°C. The ultra-low low phase noise
performance is well suited for applications such as digital video, SONET/SDH/DWDM,
storage area networks, broadband access, Ethernet and GbE. The CCPD-575 ultra-low
phase noise LVPECL oscillator operates from 3.3 V and is packaged in a 5 × 7.5 mm
SMD.
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