OCVCXO, Bliley, NV45AD1725
Low Phase Noise OCVCXO with Low-g Sensitivity for Microwave Communication, Radar, Navigation and Equipment Systems
News Release from:
Bliley Technologies Inc
16 November 2009
Bliley's NV45AD1725 OCVCXO, with Low-g sensitivity rated at 5 x 10-10 per g/axis, is designed for microwave-frequency systems subject to vibration and environmental effects. The NV45AD1725 yields the best phase noise available for its miniature-package size and features a 100 MHz frequency, thermal stability of +/- 50 ppb, and low-power consumption.
Packaged with a standard, 1-inch-square footprint and with a .46 inch height, the 100 MHz NV45AD1725 offers the lowest phase noise available in its class, as well as design flexibility for electronics engineers specifying substitute components and upgrades. Well suited for microwave communication, radar, navigation and equipment systems, the NV45AD1725 is available in both leaded and RoHS compliant versions.
“Historically, phase noise has been a major, limiting factor related to the successful operation of sophisticated communication and radar systems subjected to vibration effects. The 100 MHz NV45AD1725 is designed to meet that specific engineering requirement. Although it is available as a standard part, customization is an option for advanced technology programs,” said Dennis Barrick, Bliley’s Global Vice President of Marketing and Business Development.