TCXOs claim superior phase noise and g--sensitivity performance

April 04, 2012 // By Paul Buckley
Rakon's has introduced the company's fully integrated RTX-A TCXOs that feature a g -sensitivity option. The RTX-A 'G' uses Rakon's patented RGX technology, enabling the TCXO to perform with enhanced g - sensitivity performance in challenging environments.

The 'G' version includes all the other features of the RTX7050A and RTX5032A including typical phase noise of -154 dBc /Hz at 100 kHz offset for a 50 MHz TCXO . The RTX-A series, employs an analog IC for both the oscillator and temperature compensation.     

Frequencies are available from 5 to 52 MHz.  The device offers frequency stability down to ±0.1 ppm and the RTX-A series is available over a wide temperature range of -40 to +85 °C. Power consumption is as low as 2 mA.     

Choose the 'G' version when low phase noise and superior g - sensitivity are critical for your next demanding application. The RTX - AG series is also suitable for use in microwave communications including ODUs and IDUs, as well as LTE femtocells and smallcells, IP timing and many other applications.      

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