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Low phase noise VCXO provides -150
dBc/Hz noise floor
August 03, 2015 | Jean-Pierre Joosting | 222906438
Crystek Corporation has launched the CVHD-952, an
ultra-low phase noise HCMOS voltage-controlled
crystal oscillator (VCXO) providing a -150 dBc/Hz
noise floor. This overall ultra-low phase noise
translates to a typical phase jitter of 0.5 ps (12 kHz to
80 MHz).
Packaged in a 9 x 14 mm SMD package, the CVHD-952 is available from 131 MHz
to 200 MHz. Input supply voltage of 3.3 Vdc consuming 25 mA of current is
required. Extended temperature operating range of -40°C to +85°C is also
available.
Miniature VCXO delivers
superior phase noise
performance
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to 310 MHz
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Made in the USA, the CVHD-952 HCMOS VCXO, with its extremely low phase
noise performance, is ideal for applications such as HD video broadcast equipment.
Portable real-time analyser
for broadcast and streaming
services
www.crystek.com
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