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Wednesday, 16 November 2016 11:21

Vectron GNSS Disciplined Oscillator Modules

Vectron GNSS Disciplined Oscillator Modules

Vectron has released two new GNSS disciplined oscillators built on the same platform as the MD-261 series with an embedded Furuno Opus 7 receiver. In addition, they have upgraded the onboard OCXO of the MD-261, improving 24 hour holdover to 8 µs at constant temperatures.

The MD-171 includes an embedded High Stability OCXO providing 24 hour holdover of less than 4 µs at constant temperatures.  The MD-174 has an embedded Low Noise OCXO providing a GNSS disciplined low phase noise oscillator. All three modules are capable of disciplining to GPS and GLONASS simultaneously and will be field upgrade-able to Galileo in 2017.



Datasheets can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.


Please contact your Heynen rep. for more (purchasing) information.

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