Revolutionary Timing Technology solves Complex 5G Challenges

SiTime’s SiT5711 OCXO combines MEMS with programmable analog, innovative packaging and high-performance algorithms for a vibration resistant solution that’s up to 20 times better than what’s currently available. RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for a MEMS-based oven controlled oscillator (OCXO) platform. SiTime’s SiT5711 OCXO combines MEMS resonators with programmable analog, innovative packaging and high-performance algorithms for a vibration resistant solution that’s up to 20 times better than what’s currently available. The SiT5711 offers ±5 ppb frequency stability and 50 ppt/°C frequency slope (ΔF/ΔT). Factory-programmed to any frequency between 1 and 60 MHz, this OCXO is available in a 9 x 7 mm package making it the smallest OCXO available. It’s also available in common OCXO footprints such as 25 x 22 mm, 20 x 13 mm, and 14 x 9 mm to enable drop-in replacement of legacy quartz OCXOs. There are no restrictions on PCB placement and no mechanical shielding is needed for thermal isolation. Applications include 4G/5G remote radio heads (RRH) and pole top mounted radios, base stations, SONET/SDH Stratum 3E, core and edge routers, carrier class switches, IEEE 1588 grandmasters and instrumentation.

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John Hamilton has over 40 years of experience in RF and Microwave technology, applications, technical support and marketing. He is the Vice President of Marketing at RFMW, holds multiple degrees and has a background in Test & Measurement.

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