Raltron, a provider of high performance frequency management components and antenna products, is set to enable communications networks around the globe with its OX7000 Series. Raltron claims this is the smallest SMD oven controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) available in the market.
At only 9 mm x 7 mm, the OX7000 Series features superior temperature stability in an ultra-small package and is designed for all aspects of 5G, wireless infrastructure, network interface cards, transmission, and base station application requirements.
The OX7000 Series covers a frequency range from 10 MHz to 40 MHz with a power supply voltage of 3.3 V at 150 mA steady state. Housed in a hermetically sealed package for improved reliability, these OCXOs offer a quick warm-up time of 3 minutes, a low phase noise of -158 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset and HCMOS output levels. With a very high frequency stability of +/- 20 ppb -40/85, the OX7000 Series delivers high reliability in a compact package for transmission, precision instrumentation, broadcasting, and utility metering infrastructure applications.
“Built to support the rapidly growing demand in bandwidth and 5G infrastructure, the OX7000 Series provides the best possible stability in a 9 x 7 x 4 mm package. This high stability OCXO is ideal for applications that require low phase noise such as network interface cards” said Sasha Wolloch, President at Raltron.
The OX7000 is available in stock at key Raltron distributors.
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