Tiny SMD OCXO developed by Raltron

13th October 2020
Alex Lynn

Raltron has designed a tiny SMD OCXO (oven controlled crystal oscillator). At only 9x7mm, 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, utility metering infrastructure, and more.

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

“Built to support customer demands, the OX7000 Series delivers superior performance in a miniature package. Ensuring minimal frequency deviations after reflow, the high stability OCXO is ideal for low frequency wireless and RF applications that require low noise,” said Ross Weiss, VP sales at Raltron

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

The OX7000 is available in stock at key Raltron distributors.

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