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Wednesday, 18 June 2014 08:23

Lowest Phase Noise VCXO in a Small Form Factor 5 x 3.2 package

Lowest Phase Noise VCXO in a Small Form Factor 5 x 3.2 package

The VX-805's phase noise is optimized for wireless base stations. Base station architectures are getting smaller and as they do, board densities are increasing. As a result the phase noise performance of the transceiver VCXO is critical for these applications.

VX-805 VCXO Features:

  • Frequency Range: 100 to 250 MHz
  • Output: LVPECL
  • Supply: 3.3V
  • Package: 5 x 3.2 mm
  • Phase Noise: -148dBc/Hz @ 10kHz offset
  • Temperature Stability: ±20ppm; -45/85oC
  • Standard Frequencies: 122.88 & 153.6MHz


  • Wireless Base Stations
  • xDSL
  • Video
  • Test and Measurement

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