NBVSPAXXX range of
VCXO clock modules
are designed to satisfy the exacting requirements set by modern 3.3V low-voltage differential
generation applications. Targeted for use in communications infrastructure such
as network routers, switches, servers, and base stations, these high
performance devices utilize a high Q fundamental mode pull-able crystal and
phase locked loop (PLL) multiplier to provide all industry standard output
Frequencies supported are 156.25 MHz for the NBVSPA017
device, 155.52 MHz for the NBVSPA018, 125.00 MHz for the NBVSPA019, 160.00 MHz
for the NBVSPA024, 148.50 MHz for the NBVSPA027, and 74.25 MHz for the
Custom frequency versions are also available on request, covering frequencies
from 60 to 700 MHz.
new devices have a pull-able range of Â±100 ppm, an orderable frequency
stability of Â±50 ppm and a typical jitter of just 0.5 ps across the 12 kHz to
20 MHz frequency range. They have a typical output rise time (20 to 80 percent) of 245 ps.
VCXOs in NBVSXXXXX range are fully compliant with the MIL-STD-833 standard in
terms of shock, vibration and thermal ruggedness. Each device has an industrial
operating temperature range of -40 to +85C.
NBVSPA017, NBVSPA018, NBVSPA019, NBVSPA027 and NBVSPA042 are
offered in a Pb-free, hermetically sealed, 5.0 x 7.0 x 1.8 mm CLCC-6 package.
They are priced at $5.70 per unit in 10,000 unit quantities.
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