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July, 2017 IQD Introduces SMT Clock Oscillators


Palm Springs, CA — IQD’s new STXO series of surface mount clock oscillators has been designed with an ultra-low integrated rms phase jitter of 256 fs at 2.5V and rms period jitter of 1.4 ps over 10,000 cycles. With a phase noise level of –138 dBc/Hz at 1 kHz and –163 dBc/Hz at the noise floor, this new series is suitable for defense and aerospace applications, such as smart munitions, guidance, navigation, and communication sys- tems. The devices can also be used in demanding industrial applications. Designed around a hermetically sealed high-shock crystal and a


CMOS-compatible integrated circuit, the STXO is able to survive shock lev- els of up to 20,000g (g-force) and vibra- tion levels of 20g at 10 to 2,000 Hz swept sine in accordance with MIL- STD-202G. Housed in an industry standard


3.2 x 2.5 mm (0.13 x 0.01 in.) four-pad ceramic package with a metal lid, the new STXO series uses minor tempera- ture compensation to achieve tight fre- quency stability of ±10 ppm over an operating temperature range of –40 to +85°C (–40 to +185°F) and ±20 ppm over the full military operating tem- perature range of –55 to +125°C (–67


to +257°F). Frequencies between 10 and 55


MHz can be specified along with a choice of 2.5 and 3.3V supply volt- ages. Current consumption is 3 mA with 15 pF CMOS drive capability. Variants are also available


which incorporate enable/disable and tri-state control. The range can be specified with a number of termina- tion finishes including tin/lead in applications where using a device that is RoHS-compliant would cause approval issues. However RoHS-com- pliant finishes are also available for less sensitive applications. Duty


STXO series clock oscillator.


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time of 5 nanoseconds max. Pack - aging options include tray pack or


tape and reel. Contact: IQD Frequency


Products, Inc., 777 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Suite 200-17, Palm Springs, CA 92262 % 760-318-2822 E-mail: maria.shoteh@ iqdfrequencyproducts.com Web: www.iqdfrequencyproducts.com


EpoxySet Formulates High-Temp


cycle is 45 percent min and 55 per- cent max with a start-up time of 5 milliseconds max and a rise and fall


Flexible Epoxy Lincoln, RI — EpoxySet has intro- duced its EC-1030FL, a flexible, two- part epoxy. The epoxy has been designed to replace silicones in pot- ting, encapsulating and casting applications, where temperatures of up to 200°C (392°F) are required. The system prevents component stress while temperature cycling without degradation.


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when compared with silicones, to many engineered plastics, as well as metals, ceramics and glass, while reducing costs. The material has a 10 to 15 minute work time making it suitable for production environ- ments. Its easy-to-use 2:1 mix ratio by weight allows easy mix and use in meter mix dispensing machines.


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