The IQXT-210 series of temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) offers frequency stabilities down to ±0.14 ppm over a –40°C-to-85°C full industrial temperature range. The small-footprint oscillators are encased in miniature eight-pad 5-mm × 3.2-mm package.
Powered from a 3.3-V supply, the IQXT-210 has a typical 12-A current draw depending on the frequency, which can be specified at 10 to 50 MHz. The TCXOs initially offer 11 standard frequencies, including 12.8, 19.2, and 26 MHz.
The IQXT-210s’ output can include various pulling range options, which enables the frequency to be adjusted by a fixed amount for various applications. This also provides remote usage capabilities. The TCXOs are primarily designed for low-power consumption applications (e.g., femtocells, smart wireless devices, fiber-optic networking, microwave satellite communications, LTE/4G base stations, backhaul infrastructure, packet transport network, computer networking, RF modules, Wi-Fi, and test and measurement equipment).
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