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Raltron develops industry’s smallest OCXO

Raltron, a manufacturer of high performance frequency management components and antenna products, has designed what it says is the smallest SMD oven controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) available on the market.

At only 9 mm x 7 mm, the OX7000 Series is designed for applications that require ultra-small size and superior temperature stability. This includes all aspects of 5G wireless infrastructure, transmission, precision instrumentation, broadcasting, and utility metering infrastructure.

The OX7000 Series covers a frequency range from 5.000 MHz to 40.000 MHZ with a power supply voltage of 3.3 V at 150 mA steady state. The OX7000 Series OCXO combines ultra-small size with ultra-reliable frequency stability of +/-10 ppb.

Housed in a hermetically sealed package for improved reliability, the OX7000 Series offers a quick warm-up time of 3 minutes, a low phase noise of -158 dBc/Hz at 10kHz offset and HCMOS output levels.

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Neil Tyler

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