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OCXO oscillator 9600
electromechanicalplug-inminiature

OCXO oscillator
OCXO oscillator
OCXO oscillator
OCXO oscillator
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Characteristics

Type
OCXO
Technology
electromechanical
Other characteristics
plug-in, miniature
Domain
military
Frequency

Max.: 60 MHz

Min.: 4 MHz

Description

The 9600 meets the challenges of many military and space specifications for time and frequency, even under adverse environmental conditions. The 9600 features an SC-cut quartz resonator and sustaining electronics that are controlled at a precise temperature to achieve temperature insensitive performance, excellent short-term stability, phase noise, and aging characteristics. Miniaturization Without Compromise The use of hybrid circuitry allows for the greatest possible reduction in size without compromises in performance or reliability. Compact Form Factor Designed for Mobility This rugged, compact crystal oscillator is especially advantageous when used in mobile, transportable, and portable applications where fast warm-up, low power consumption, and small size are required. Mil Spec Manufacturing Assembly is performed by skilled operators certified to IPC-J-STD-001ES workmanship standards. Hybrid circuits are produced at facilities qualified to MIL-PRF-38534C. All discrete components are manufactured and tested to Grade 2 or optionally Grade 1 requirements per MIL-STD-975. Key Features Output frequency: 4 MHz - 60 MHz Warm-up time: <5 minutes from 25 ºC Fast warm-up option available Low power consumption: <1.3W @ 25 ºC (in vacuum) Compact sizes - Typical: 1.33" x 1.33" x 1.33" Frequency aging: 5 MHz: <5.0E-11/day, <1.5E-8/year 10 MHz: <3.0E-10/day, <4.0E-8/year Frequency change vs. temperature: ±4.0E-9 (-40 ºC to 65 ºC) Low-g sensitivity option available
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