Lowest jitter XOs

Silicon Labs has introduced the Si54x family of high-performance crystal oscillators (XOs), said to provide low jitter performance down to 80fs for integer and fractional frequencies across the entire operating range.

  • Crystal oscillators offer lowest jitter performance

    Silicon Labs has introduced the Si54x family of high-performance crystal oscillators (XOs), said to provide low jitter performance down to 80fs for integer and fractional frequencies across the entire operating range.

    “These XOs provide much ...
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  • FPGAs to improve face recognition technology

    A face recognition engine from NEC called NeoFace is said to rapidly and accurately identify people, even when they are moving and in a crowd. The company claims the engine could help detect and prevent possible incidents at critical facilities and public ... Read More
  • Graphene plasmons enable compact phase modulators

    A phase modulator capable of tuning the light phase between 0 and 2p in situ has been developed by researchers at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) and Columbia University.

    To achieve this light phase modulation, the research team ...
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  • Making a business out of virtual reality

    ?Last year was widely described as the breakthrough year for Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), driven in no small part by the sheer amount of hype surrounding these two technologies and the arrival of devices such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vide ... Read More





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