[time-nuts] OCXO Solutions Based on IHR Technology
saidjack at aol.com
Thu Apr 17 19:12:49 UTC 2014
While I have not read the article yet and look forward to doing so, this is not exactly new technology.
It is what allows our LC-XO GPSDO to have only about 0.2W difference between the TCXO and OCXO versions. Our FireFly-1A has been using this technology in the OCXO since 2007...
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On Apr 17, 2014, at 8:03, Electronics and Books <electronicsandbooks at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Microwave Journal april 2014 has an article from page 96 on about xtal oscillators with heating in the xtal enclosure to rival oven oscillators with very low power.
> IHR technology has proved to be
> a powerful enabler for development
> of a new kind of reference oscillator
> with excellent frequency stability, low
> phase noise, small size and low power
> consumption. Covering a wide range
> of customer needs, these devices offer
> an alternative to conventional highend
> OCXOs. Potential applications
> include advanced battery supplies and
> portable equipment, such as high-end
> mobile radio, GPS, rescue or geodesic
> beacons, drone electronics and instrumentation.
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