OCXO oscillator ROM7050PA

OCXO oscillator
OCXO oscillator
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Other characteristics
clock, miniature
Electrical characteristics
frequency, phase, low G-sensitivity

Max.: 50 MHz

Min.: 10 MHz


ROM7050PA The ROM7050PA utilises Rakon’s market-leading proprietary Mercury+™ technology, delivering the world’s smallest and lowest power OCXO for radio and small cell applications. This product family achieves excellent frequency stability of ±20 ppb over -40 to 95°C, with long term ageing less than 3 ppm in 10 years and frequency sensitivity to temperature (i.e. slope) as low as 0.1 ppb/°C. Low g-sensitivity and extended operating temperature options are available on request. Using Rakon’s innovative high-Q quartz crystals, ROM7050PA offers superior close-in phase noise performance, enabling Remote Radio Head PLLs to use a single reference clock to meet both network synchronisation requirements and air interface requirements. Mercury+™ ASIC-OCXOs enable lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of customer equipment through improved reliability. With a miniature footprint, the ROM7050PA consumes only 400 mW at room temperature and has a faster warm up time than traditional OCXOs. Features  Smallest OCXO footprint industrywide: 7 x 5 mm  Excellent frequency stability: ≤±20 ppb (-40 to 95°C, -40 to 105°C available upon request)  Low frequency slope: 0.1 ppb/°C  Superior close-in phase noise; noise floor as low as -160 dBc/Hz for 10 MHz devices  Fast warm-up time (±20 ppb): <15s at -25°C, <20s at -40°C  Long-term stability: ≤3 ppm/10 years  Excellent g-sensitivity: 1 ppb/g Applications  5G RRHs  Small cells  Optical networks  Microwave transmission systems


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