oscillator

Euroquartz Eqxo-75uie Extended Industrial Temperature Ruggedized High-reliability Oscillator

Euroquartz Eqxo-75uie Extended Industrial Temperature Ruggedized High-reliability Oscillator

The EQXO-75UIE series is a ruggedized high-reliability, high temperature range clock oscillator in a standard format 7x5mm SMD ceramic package designed for demanding and vibrating industrial applications Saelig Company, Inc. has launched the Euroquartz EQXO-75UIE Extended Industrial Temperature Ruggedized High-Reliability Oscillators.  The EQXO-75UIE series is a ruggedized high-reliability SMD clock oscillator. Designed for demanding industrial applications, it […]

Euroquartz Eqxo-75uie Extended Industrial Temperature Ruggedized High-reliability Oscillator Read More »

Sub-miniature Rubidium Oscillator Offers 1,000x Better Stability

As demand grows, precision and reliability in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) is critical. With 5G networks on the rise, small, high-performing atomic clocks are becoming increasingly essential. Suntsu’s newest oscillator comes in a dimension of 50.8mm x 50.8mm that uses an all new physics package enabling unprecedented miniaturization in a rubidium clock. Perfect support

Sub-miniature Rubidium Oscillator Offers 1,000x Better Stability Read More »

Miniature Atomic Clock (Mac – Sa5x) is Only 2 X 2″

Miniature Atomic Clock (Mac – Sa5x) is Only 2 X 2″

Miniature Atomic Clock (MAC – SA5X) Rubidium Oscillator, re-designed for improved stability and new features. The MAC-SA5X is designed for applications that require long-term atomic oscillator stability, but are constrained by size and low power requirements. Versatile Microchip’s next-generation MAC-SA5X miniaturized rubidium atomic clock produces a stable time and frequency reference that maintains a high degree

Miniature Atomic Clock (Mac – Sa5x) is Only 2 X 2″ Read More »

Teeny-tiny Bluetooth transmitter runs on less than 1 mw

Teeny-tiny Bluetooth transmitter runs on less than 1 mw

The Bluetooth transmitter chip [lavender, right] is connected to a magnetic monopole antenna [green, far right], which acts as an integral part of the transmitter’s resonator circuit. The left half of the circuit board is only for test purposes. You’re probably swimming in Bluetooth radio signals right now. But none of those are coming from

Teeny-tiny Bluetooth transmitter runs on less than 1 mw Read More »

Scroll to Top