Rakon’s dual output TCXO for feature rich applications
Rakon's dual output TCXO for feature rich applications
16 August 2011
Rakon’s I(V)T2100L SMD TCXO is able to drive two chips at the same time resulting in significant size reductions. The two outputs are capable of being independently controlled with separate enable/disable pins: enabling efficient power management and clock distribution.
The I(V)T2100L series employs an analogue ASIC for the oscillator and a high order temperature compensation circuit in a 2.0 mm x 1.6 mm package. Each of the two outputs can be placed in power down mode through a dedicated input pin per output. During standard operation, power consumption is minimized by operating down to a supply voltage of 1.8 V. In addition, the dual output eliminates the need for a separate component for frequency distribution. The I(V)T2100L’s high stability, low power consumption, small footprint and powerful compensation method makes it ideally suited for demanding bluetooth and GPS mobile applications such as smartphones, tablets, PNDs and in-dash navigation.