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Connor-Winfield's Timing ICs represent the newest technology in synchronization, frequency generation and frequency control. These feature rich single chip solutions have been designed for maximum flexibility, extensive programmability and exceptionally high performance.
The 1PPS output from a GPS receiver often comes with a "sawtooth error." Eliminating or reducing the sawtooth error is critical, especially in precision timing applications. See how it can be addressed with this Application Note
A NPLL (Numerical Phase-Locked Loop) is a numerical/digital implementation of the traditional phase-locked loop, which is a feedback control system that aims to synchronize the phase of an oscillator with the phase of a reference signal.
GPS-Disciplined Oscillators (GPSDOs) combine the short-term stability of high-quality quartz oscillator providing excellent frequency and time accuracy over both short and long term durations.
Precision time synchronization and clocking are essential for various applications ranging from telecommunications, power grids, scientific measurements to financial systems
On April 6, 2019 the week counter will reach week 1023 and rollover to zero on affected GPS models. To transition corectly through the Week 0 time period a firmware update is required.
Connor Winfield has created a list of precision OCXOs and TCXOs that support the various network technologies such as Synchronous Ethernet, Sonet, OTN and IEEE1588, high-lighting the key requirements for the clocks supporting the required standards at the various levels of the network elements being designed for.
To compete in the lucrative broadband marketplace, WiMax equipment designers require cost-effective and application-ready timing/frequency devices. As seen in Wireless Design and Development.
Proper consideration of the differences in 3OT crystal and the IC oscillator design should make the combination a success. As Seen in the April Issue of Electronic Products.
Engineering properties for Connor-Winfield's Ryton R-4 fiberglass reinforced polyphenylene sulfide cover.
System design information and techniques to help ensure successful printed circuit board layout using an oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO). Application Note: AN2093.
Aging is the change in crystal frequency over time and needs to be accounted for in the application
The use of different crystal cuts in frequency control applications result in different performance
Location Tracking Terminal for Remote Communication Applications
New technologies that compete in the traditional crystal oscillator arena
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