HCMOS oscillators

  • 06-Jan-2009 02:01 EST

The F210 Series high-speed complementary metal-oxide semiconductor oscillator from Fox Electronics is a 1.8-V unit that combines a small footprint with low heat generation and current consumption. The RoHS-compliant series is 2.5 x 2.0 mm with an input current of 2.5-5.0 mA across the 0.75-50.00 MHz frequency range. The units are suited for environments with minimal air circulation as well as portable and battery-powered devices. Applications include satellite and terrestrial radio; WiMax, 802.11, and Bluetooth wireless; wired and optical networks for voice, data, and Internet as well as for test equipment; remote sensing devices; and GPS.

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