Latest New Product News from IQD Frequency Products
Shock-Resistant Oscillator performs in high-temperatures.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Sep 18, 2014 Supplied in TO-39 package, SQXO-2ATHG can withstand shock levels up to 8,000 g for 0.5 msec, ½ sine, for use in such applications as underground boring tools, down hole instrumentation, and avionics. Frequencies are available from 32.768 kHz to 50 MHz, and products can be specified to operate from 3.3 or 5 V supply. Providing CMOS output and start up time of under 5 msec, fully RoHS-compliant oscillators consume as little as 3.0 mA and come in variants available for operation up to 200°C.
Tight Stability Clock Oscillators come in two package sizes.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Jul 22, 2014 Respectively supplied in 2.5 x 2.0 mm and 3.2 x 2.5 mm ceramic packages, IQXO-445 series and IQXO-430 series deliver frequency stabilities as low as ±10 ppm over full -40 to +85°C range. Both series are available over 4–54 MHz range, consume 3.1 mA at 40 MHz, and offer phase noise performance of -145 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset. Output is CMOS-compatible with up to 15 pF load, and both models include tri-state capability. Available supply voltages are 2.5, 3.0, or 3.3 V.
OCXO delivers ±0.2 ppb frequency stability.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Jun 13, 2014 Covering 10–40 MHz range, IQOV-164 series comes in 5-pin euro package measuring 36 x 27 x 13.5 mm and delivers ±0.2 ppb frequency stability from -20 to +70°C or ±0.5 ppb from -30 to +75°C. Frequencies are available up to 100 MHz with stability of ±10 ppb from -30 to +75°C. Consuming 7.0 W max during 3 min warm up, series operates from 3.3 V supply and offers output that can be specified as HCMOS, 15 pF load, or Sinewave into 50 Ω load. Phase noise is typ -158 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz offset.
TCVCXO delivers ±0.14 ppm stability in 5 x 3.2 mm package.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Jun 03, 2014 Powered from 3.3 V supply, IQXT-210 Series offers frequency stabilities down to ±0.14 ppm over industrial temperature range of -40 to 85°C. Units typically draw 12 mA, dependent upon frequency, which can be specified between 10–50 MHz. Output can be specified as either HCMOS, 15 pF load, or Clipped Sine, into 10 kΩ load. In addition, oscillator can be specified to include various pulling range options, from ±5 to ±10 ppm and ±10 to ±15 ppm. Phase noise is -148 dBC/Hz at 10 kHz offset.
Miniature OCXO delivers ±5 ppb stability.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
May 02, 2014 Supplied in 14 x 9.0 x 6.5 mm package, IQOV-162 series is available in 10–100 MHz frequency range and provides frequency stability down to ±5 ppb from -40 to +85°C. OCXO operates from 3.3 V supply, consumes 600 mA during warm up, and takes <5 min to be within <100 ppb of final specification and 300 mA max at steady state at 25°C. Output can be specified as HCMOS, 15 pF load, or Sinewave into 50 Ω load, and phase noise performance is better than -150 dBc/Hz @ 1 kHz offset.
OCXO Module targets LTE and 4G base stations.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Apr 08, 2014 Housed in 65 x 65 mm hermetically sealed through-hole package, IQCM-100 GPS advanced OCXO Module achieves holdover specification of 1.5 µs over period of 24 hours when locked to 1 PPS input from external GPS receiver. Device incorporates adaptive algorithm which has ability to learn from stable GPS signal over period of 2 days. Frequency is accurate to within ±1E-12 when locked to 1 PPS GPS signal. Operating from -10 to 60°C, IQCM-100 features HCMOS output and 5 V supply voltage.
MCXO delivers ±50 ppb stability in 7 x 5 mm package.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Mar 04, 2014 Featuring 10–50 MHz range and typ phase noise performance of -145 dBC/Hz @ 100 kHz, IQMT-100 series Microcomputer Compensated Crystal Oscillator (MCXO) comes in ceramic package and consumes <15 mA. Design enables frequency stability of ±50 ppb over -40 to +85°C operating range while maintaining typ short term stability of 2E-10/s. Output compatibility can be specified as Clipped Sine or HCMOS with 15 pF load along with 3.0, 3.3, and 5.0 V supply voltages. Voltage control option is available.
Analog Compensated TCXOs offer high stability.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Feb 03, 2014 Housed in 7 x 5 mm ceramic package, Series IQXT-200 offers frequency stability down to ±0.28 ppm across frequency range of 10–50 MHz. Users can select variants that operate from 3.0, 3.3, or 5.0 V power supply while drawing less than 5 mA current. Operating over standard industrial temperature range of -40 to +85°C, RoHS-compliant oscillators offer wide range of outputs, including HCMOS or Clipped Sine Wave.
Custom Crystal Filters feature insertion loss down to 2.5 dB.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Oct 21, 2013 Based around fundamental and third overtone mode crystals, IQXF-1000 Series comprises 2 to 12-pole bandpass filters with center frequencies from 1.4–200 MHz. Units can operate over temperature range of -55 to +85°C with bandwidth at 3 dB from ±2 kHz and with passband ripple as low as 0.5 dB. Applications include commercial and military grade mobile radios, microwave link data communications, radar scanning in navigation and avionics, and medical instruments such as MRI machines.
OCXO is optimized for low phase noise performance.IQD Frequency Products San Jose, CA 95131
Oct 17, 2013 Supplied 36 x 27 mm Eurostyle package, IQOV-200F runs off 12 V supply and delivers optimized phase noise performance with close-in measurement of -130 dBc @ 100 Hz and noise floor better than -180 dBc across 80–130 MHz range. Frequency stability is ±50 ppb over -20 to +70°C operating range, and sinewave output is 13 dBm min. Consuming 150 mA max at 25°C and 350 mA max during warm up, OCXO is also available with optional pulling.
Click below for more Product News from IQD Frequency Products
Other Company News From IQD Frequency Products
Dec 17, 2012
IQD Launches New Ultra High Stability OCXO at Embedded World 2013
Dec 06, 2010
IQD Launches Smallest OCXO in the World
|Home | My ThomasNet News® | Industry Market Trends® | Submit Release | Advertise | Contact News | About Us|
Brought to you by Thomasnet.com
Browse ThomasNet Directory|