High-frequency, low-jitter TCXOs for telecommunications applications introduced by Rakon

DUBLIN, Calif. – Rakon America in Dublin, Calif., is introducing the RHT1490 high-frequency and low-jitter stable temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) for telecommunications applications like C-RAN radio heads, microwave links, and small cell systems.

Apr 12th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

DUBLIN, Calif. – Rakon America in Dublin, Calif., is introducing the RHT1490 high-frequency and low-jitter stable temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) for telecommunications applications like C-RAN radio heads, microwave links, and small cell applications.

The RHT1490 devices are available in frequencies from 50 to 204.8 MHz, and deliver telecommunications-grade stability with a low RMS phase jitter of <200 fs (12 kHz -- 20 MHz).

This product platform's frequency output offers low system jitter to enable communication system architects to optimize noise budget and performance.

The RHT1490 is a reference clock solution for SyncE and packet clock requirements (ITU-T G.826x and G.827x). It works with discrete and integrated IEEE 1588 solutions, providing medium-term stability for low-loop bandwidth applications.

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Its low noise floor performance and system PLL filtering can achieve low system clock RMS jitter numbers -- required by reference clocks of physical layer devices for 40G and 100G interfaces.

The RHT1490 has a balance between close-in phase noise and the noise floor, and is suitable to be the single reference clock to be used for network and air interface applications. For more information contact Rakon online at www.rakon.com.

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