(Neuchatel, Switzerland) – SpectraTime announced the release of the SXO-75, the first synchronized crystal SynClock+ engine offering integrated synchronization functionality to eliminate the need for an external GPS sync circuit in many applications.
The SpectraTime SXO-75 is a patented, low-cost synchronized crystal clock, which features a host of value-added integrated synchronization functions through its advanced SmarTiming+ technology. It allows customers to reduce cost and size by integrating synchronization features into one standard package, where they were previously implemented externally on a complex, separate circuit board.
Main characteristics of the new SXO-75 Clock:
SmarTiming+ provides a multi-vendor GPS interface, auto-adaptive filtering of jitter, wander and noise at state-of-the-art 1 nanosecond resolution for up to 100,000 seconds, programmable outputs and phase offset adjustments. In addition, it provides complex stability over temperature behavior modeling, programmable GPS-phase sync or reference frequency track mode, and an EEPROM device for seamless frequency calibration and software upgrades.
The SXO-75 is compatible with the smart Rubidium SRO-100, enabling customers to design one circuit seamlessly incorporating two types of clock technology at different price levels. The new smart SynClock+ is targeted at telecommunications, navigation, defense, broadcasting, and instrumentation applications. It offers customers in these markets with core, off-the-self timing know-how so they can focus on their core expertise, while reducing cost and shortening time-to-market issues.
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