The oscillator comes in a 9 x 14 mm SMT package. With 3.3V and 5V input voltage available, it generates a true-sinewave with +8 dBm min. output power. The new CCSO has no sub-harmonics; second harmonic is -20dBc typical. It operates from -40°C to +85°C. Use it, the company suggests, in analogue-to-digital converters, system clocks for network clock generators/synchronisers; clocks for DDS; test and measurement; avionics; point-to-point radios; and multi-point radios.
The CCSO-914X-245.760 is priced at $37.00.
Crystek Crystals; www.crystek.com