VCXO oscillator V-9 series

VCXO oscillator
VCXO oscillator
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Other characteristics
Electrical characteristics
high-frequency, ultra-low-noise, low G-sensitivity
telecommunication, measurement

Max.: 160 Hz

Min.: 50 Hz


The V-91A000 / V-91B000-series are high frequency VCXOs showing Phase Noise performance similar to OCXOs. The V-91A000-series provides a LVHMCOS output signal @ 3.3V supply voltage, whereas the V-91B000-series offers a true sinewave output with +10dBm output power @ 5 v supply. The overall stability including initial tolerance, frequency stability vs. temperature range, vs. supply voltage changes, vs. load changes and aging for 10 years is less than ±25 ppm for frequencies up to 125 MHz and less than ±30 ppm for frequencies above to 125 MHz. The frequency control range is larger than ±30 ppm respectively ±35 ppm. Hence there is an Absolute Pulling Range (APR) of more than ±5 ppm what guarantees that the oscillator will kept locked to nominal frequency under all conditions and all over life time. Utilizing such a 100 MHz low Phase Noise VCXO phase-locked to a low noise tight stability 10 MHz OCXO like KVG’s low Phase Noise OCXO O-30 series provides the benefits of both devices: the good overall frequency stability and excellent close to the carrier Phase Noise performance of the 10 MHz OCXO device and for offset frequencies above 1 kHz the low power and excellent Phase Noise of the 100 MHz VCXO device. Features Output-Signal: True Sinewave Typical phase noise @ 100Hz carrier offset < -123 dBc/Hz; typical „Noise Floor“ @ 100 kHz carrier offset ± 40 ppm Supply voltage 5 V. Applications Radar Systems Netzwerk- und Synchronisation Elemente


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