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Rakon Launches 1.28 GHz and 2 GHz Ultra Low Noise Oscillators

Rakon Launches 1.28 GHz and 2 GHz Ultra Low Noise Oscillators
Rakon has launched a new series of Oven Controlled, voltage controlled SAW Oscillators (OCSOs). Using advanced SAW technology and new circuitry design, the OCSOs are ideal for applications that require high frequency and ultra low phase noise. The LNO1280B1 and LNO2000B1 enable frequencies of 1280 MHz and 2 GHz, respectively. 
12th February 2014

Rakon's RK 410 mini-USO will be fully qualified by the CNES

Rakon's RK 410 mini-USO will be fully qualified by the CNES
Rakon has a strong heritage in the space industry and is the Ultra Stable Oscillator supplier of choice with over 50 Flight Models flying for twenty years in prestigious international space programs: SAR-Lupe, ARGOS- 3, Satcom BW, AMOS-4, Alphabus and HTV. As recently as February 25, 2013 the Indo-French oceanographic study satellite SARAL was successfully launched carrying two independent payloads, ARGOS-3 and AltiKa, that use Rakon’s Ultra stable oscillators and Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillators!
9th July 2013

Rakon launches category leading Mercury OCXO

Looking for a low Phase Noise OCXO? The RMO1490A Mercury OCXO is the ideal solution for you! Rakon UK is now shipping sample orders of the RMO1490A Mercury OCXO, a product which comes in a 14.6 x 9.7 mm surface mount package, and with a frequency range of 5 to 50MHz.
1st July 2013


Rakon Introduces MEMS Technology To Frequency Control Products

Rakon announce that MEMS technology is being utilised to develop innovative new products to further broaden its oscillator product portfolio and capabilities. Rakon’s Managing Director, Brent Robinson says the company has looked into the technology for many years and the timing is now right to further diversify its offering to include MEMS oscillators.
6th March 2013

Rakon Launches 7.0 x 5.0mm Acceleration Tolerant TCXO

Rakon Launches 7.0 x 5.0mm Acceleration Tolerant TCXO
Rakon is proud to announce that it has developed a 7.0 x 5.0 mm small form factor acceleration tolerant TCXO. The RFPT705 TCXO is available now with frequencies from 16 to 40 MHz and uses Rakon’s patented dual-crystal design giving better than 0.5 ppb/g acceleration sensitivity.
6th March 2013

Rakon high performance XOs and VCXOs now in a 5 x 3.2 mm package

Rakon high performance XOs and VCXOs now in a 5 x 3.2 mm package
Rakon has added to its ‘R’ series surface mount XOs and VCXOs with a 5 mm x 3.2 mm package now available for sampling. The RXO5032R (XO) and RVX5032R (VCXO) offer high performance at low cost, with fast lead times.
2nd July 2012

Leaders in GPS, deliver crystal solution with unmatched performance

Leaders in GPS, deliver crystal solution with unmatched performance
Rakon have addressed the cost vs. performance requirements in the growing consumer GPS market. Rakon’s RXT2520AT enables the high performance required in specific GPS and cellular communications- as an alternative to a TCXO. The technology incorporates a thermistor with a traditional quartz crystal. The combination of Rakon’s GPS grade crystal manufacturing technology, coupled with Rakon’s ability to perform high resolution frequency vs. temperature testing in mass production; delivers performance unmatched in the industry.
20th December 2011

Rakon introduces low noise, frequency selectable XOs and VCXOs

Rakon introduces low noise, frequency selectable XOs and VCXOs
Rakon has launched a new family of low noise, frequency selectable XO (RXO7050Q) and VCXO (RVX7050Q) products in industry standard 7 mm x 5 mm surface mount packages. The frequency select pins are used to select the output frequency from any combination of two or four pre-configured frequencies. The selectable capability increases design flexibility and reduces part count, to generate significant cost savings.
12th December 2011

Rakon launches new XO and VCXO products

Rakon launches new XO and VCXO products
Rakon has added ultra low noise 7.0 x 5.0 mm XOs and VCXOs to its expanding product portfolio. The RXO7050M (XO) and RVX7050M (VCXO) are available from 2.048 MHz up to 200 MHz in LVPECL, LVDS and CMOS outputs. The use of High Frequency Fundamental (HFF) inverted mesa crystals eliminates the sub-harmonics associated with other high frequency technologies.
27th October 2011

World’s smallest OCXOs

Rakon’s ‘Mercury’ series of low cost OCXOs bridges a major gap in the market between ultra-stable TCXOs and traditional higher end OCXOs, in terms of cost, stability, size, weight, and power consumption. Using state of the art VLSI techniques, this ASIC-based patented design is a disruptive technology enabling a considerable size reduction in OCXOs. Mercury is also significantly lower in cost than traditional OCXOs, which can consume up to 20 times more power.
3rd October 2011

Rakon Introduces “P Series” XOs and VCXOs combining very low jitter with low cost

Rakon Introduces “P Series” XOs and VCXOs combining very low jitter with low cost
Rakon has launched two new 7 mm x 5 mm surface mount XO and VCXO products. The RXO7050P (XO) and RVX7050P (VCXO) combine very low jitter with low cost and fast delivery. They are ideal for applications using >150 MHz oscillators to achieve
28th September 2011

State of the art Digital Pulse Compression Sub-Systems

State of the art Digital Pulse Compression Sub-Systems
Rakon offers a major breakthrough innovation: Radar pulse compression sub-systems with digital technology to replace in form, fit and function existing radars' Pulse Compression Sub-Systems. Rakon’s DPCSS is compatible in form, fit and function when upgrading existing compression radars that are usually SAW-based and enables remarkable increases in overall system performance.
13th September 2011

Rakon’s dual output TCXO for feature rich applications

Rakon’s dual output TCXO for feature rich applications
Rakon’s I(V)T2100L SMD TCXO is able to drive two chips at the same time resulting in significant size reductions. The two outputs are capable of being independently controlled with separate enable/disable pins: enabling efficient power management and clock distribution.
4th August 2011


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