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Abracon AST3TQ precision oscillators available up to 40MHz

30 Dec 2013

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Abracon has unveiled its AST3TQ series of precision, wide-operating temperature compensated crystal oscillators in a 5.0x7.0mm footprint. The company says the series is available from 10MHz to 40MHz carrier frequencies with LVCMOS output, offering ±500 ppb frequency stability over -55℃ to +95℃.

"These devices comply with Stratum-III stability of < ±4.60ppm all inclusive error over a 20-year product life. Temperature stability options include ±100ppb over -40℃C to +85℃, ±280ppb over -50℃ to +90℃ and ±500ppb over -55℃ to +95℃ operating temperature ranges. With maximum current drain of 10mA at 40MHz, these devices offer OCXO level accuracy over a wide operating temperature range, with minimal power consumption," says Syed Raza, Director of Engineering at Abracon.

Potential applications for these solutions include: COTS military radios & other communication hardware, WiMax, LTE, BTS, CATV, LAN, LMDS, GPS tracking with hold-over accuracy, test & measurement equipment, and point-to-point communication networks.

The AST3TQ series will be available through Abracon's global distribution partners by February 2014.

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