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.
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.
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