Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator measures 3.2 x 2.5 mm.

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Utilizing crystal oscillator fabrication and high precision mounting technologies, VG-4231CE QEM Series VCXO operates with low consumption current and voltage of 1.8 V. Compact, power saving device is used for clock function in image signal processors built into handheld devices such as digital terrestrial broadcast receiver units.



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Epson Toyocom Expands Lineup of Smallest-Class VCXO for Mobile Handsets with Support for Digital Terrestrial Broadcasts



Tokyo (JCN) - Epson Toyocom Corporation has released the VG-4231CE QEM Series VCXO (Voltage Controlled X'tal Oscillator). Measuring 3.2 x 2.5 mm, the device is in the smallest class and is suitable for use with low voltages (1.8 V). While the device operates with a low consumption current and at low voltage, it features wide frequency coverage. The company will start shipping samples from October 2006.

In response to demand for VCXO devices used for the clock function in image signal processors built into handheld devices such as digital terrestrial broadcast receiver units. Epson Toyocom has added the 1.8 V-type VG-4231CE QEM Series to its 3.2 x 2.5 mm size VG-4231CE Series, expanding the company's lineup of compact, power saving devices.

Epson Toyocom's unique crystal oscillator fabrication technology and ultra high precision mounting technology enable the device to operate with a low consumption current and at low voltage while offering wide frequency coverage. In the current series, consumption current is 45% lower than in earlier models.

These products will be on display at CEATEC JAPAN 2006, being held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan from October 3-7.

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