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EM Research Press Release - January 29, 2011

EM Research Intros GPS-Disciplined Oscillator Features 1 PPS Input

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MXO-100 from EM Research is a GPS-Disciplined Oscillator
January 29, 2011, Reno NV -- The MXO-100 from EM Research is a GPS-Disciplined Oscillator, which accepts a 1 PPS reference input from a GPS receiver, with simultaneous outputs of 10 MHz, 20 MHz, 70 MHz and 100 MHz with extremely low phase noise characteristics. Features include optional 2 alarm outputs (loss of lock and holdover), low phase noise, >45 dB channel isolation, low g-sensitivity, ruggedized for shock and vibration, holdover mode, serial interface, warm-up time of 2 minutes @ +25°C typical and up to four outputs at various frequencies.





MXO-100 from EM Research - phase noise plot
Ideal for use in radio base stations, synchronization source applications, digital video broadcast equipment, 3G and WiMAX base stations and more, the MXO-100-01 is packaged in a small (3.5” X 2.5” X 0.6”) connectorized housing, accepts +5, +8 or +12 VDC power supplies, and operates over the  -30oC to +70oC temperature range.

















Posted 1/29/2011
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