Introducing Kyocera’s New Low-Phase Noise TCXO
Kyocera has developed a new compact low-phase noise temperature-compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) to handle high-speed and large-capacity communications such as the 5G and Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax). Based on a crystal resonator optimized using Kyocera's proprietary photolithography and plasma CVM technology (detailed here), phase noise reduction is achieved at the industry's highest class* for a 1612 size device.
Samples are already available. Mass production is planned to begin in January 2024.
*As of April 2022, based on a survey by Kyocera.
Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
Low-Phase Noise Type Max. -164dBc/Hz@100kHz (26MHz)
|Frequency Range||19.2 to 104MHz|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40 to +85℃
Up to +105℃ is also available as an option.
|Frequency Temperature Stability||+/- 0.5ppm (-30 to +85℃)|
|Supply Voltage||1.68 to 3.63V|
RoHS, REACH Compliance
Data is based on research by Kyocera.
Dimensions and Recommended Land Pattern
Smartphones, GPS modules, etc.
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