Clock oscillator is a device that generates a timing signal (known as clock signal) to the circuit. It operates at a specific stability which is the maximum allowable frequency deviation under the operating temperature that the customer can tolerate. By simply supplying power to the clock oscillator, it starts generating signals with CMOS, LV-PECL, or LVDS output form, the optimal oscillation circuit is already embedded. Crystal, and SAW oscillation mode are available in specific frequencies upon request.
• CMOS/Crystal: 2.0x1.6 to 7.0x5.0, 1.8 to 5.0Vol, 1.5 to 170MHz
• CMOS/SAW: 7.0x5.0, 2.5 to 3.3Vol, 100 to 220MHz
• LV-PECL or LVDS/Crystal: 5.0x3.2 to 7.0x5.0, 2.5 to 3.3Vol, 50-190MHz
• LV-PECL or LVDS/SAW: 7.0x5.0, 2.5 to 3.3Vol, 50-700MHz