Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO)
- Great phase noise: -147 dBc/Hz @ 1kHz
- Excellent thermal stability: ±1.5 x 10-8, +10 to +40°C
- Sine wave purity, low harmonic content
- Good aging: ±1 x 10-6 per day after 30 days
- Operate with LNBs, BDCs, VSATs, BUCs, and Modems
- Filters and conditions the DC power to eliminate extraneous signals coming in through the power supply.
- Machined from solid aluminum billet for strength & stability
- Anodized finish for corrosion protection and excellent RF shielding/grounding
- ‘Back O Rack’ mounting for ease of installation and lead dress (Reduces the mess of cables at the back of the rack)
- Connectors are ‘O’ ring sealed for weather resistant operation
- RoHs & REACH Compliant
- Lower cost, higher quality with a one-box solution
- No labor to source, assemble and test a ‘kluge’
- Custom design variations welcome
- Custom labeling requirements welcome
An Orbital MOS 10 MHz TCXO Oscillator seamlessly integrates with other Orbital SIP components such as Mux Tees, 10 MHz Splitters, Combiners, Dividers, etc, minimizing insertion loss, maximizing port to port isolation, matching impedances, and giving a choice of connectors to provide ease of installation.
Made for Professional Use, Made for Satellite
Orbital Systems Interface Products are made specifically for the satellite industry, and are designed for professional and industrial quality systems. Orbital SIP products are built for rack mounting, and for use indoors or out.
MOS Master Oscillator Connectors
|J-2, J-4: 10 MHz||B
|BNC (industry standard)
|J-1, J-3: DC Supply||B
|BNC-to-pigtail adapters and BNC-to-binding post adapters sold separately. See SIP price list for part number and price.|
Systems Interface Products Although Combiners and Oscillators are also SIP products, we have narrowed the definition here to just include Bias Tees, Diplexers, Mux Tees, TTL Switches, Thru Tees, Dual Power Tees, etc.
Here are standard applications for each of these products. Here’s how to insert 10 MHz, insert DC, extract 10 MHz, block DC, extract DC, multiplex DC L band and 10 MHz, and perform impedance transforms while you do it.
|Using a Hi Power Thru Tee to power a BUC||Modem has DC power, but not enough to power my new BUC.|
|4 Way Combiner with 10 MHz Oscillator and Hi Power DC insert.||I want to lock several modems to a single 10 MHz Oscillator, and insert high power DC to my BUC.|
|Orbital 2-way Combiner using 10 MHz from one of the modems and Hi Power Mux/Tee to insert DC power||I have a pair of modems, one of which provides a 10 MHz reference, but I don’t have enough power from my modem for my new high power BUC.|
|Orbital Combiner/Divider stripping out the 10MHz from only one of two modems||I have a pair of modems and I need to use the 10 MHz reference from one of them and split it. I need to take the L-Band signal from both modems and combine it with the 10 MHz reference. Now I need to insert DC power for a pair of high power BUCS.|
|Orbital Combiner/Divider using a MOS 10 MHz Oscillator||I need to combine the L-Band signals from a pair of modems with an common, external 10 MHz source, and insert power to a pair of high power BUCs.|
|Using an Orbital Hi Power Thru Tee to circumvent a divider or switch||My modem does not have sufficient DC to power my BUCs, and I can’t switch DC power to the BUC, what to do?|
|Horizontal/Vertical Polarity 1 for 2 Redundant System||We need a system that will provide us with both horizontal and vertical polarities at Ku Band. In addition, the system must offer 1 for 2 redundancy.|
More SIP Solutions
|Using a Mux Tee||Using an Orbital MT-40 Mux Tee to multiplex the L-Band, and 10 MHz reference signals with DC power for a BUC.|
|Using a Bias Tee||Using an Orbital MT-40 Mux Tee as a Bias Tee to insert DC Power to a BUC|
|Using a Diplexer||Using an Orbital MT-40 Mux Tee as a Diplexer to insert a 10 MHz reference to a BUC|
|Using Redundant Power Tee||Using an Orbital Redundant Power Tee provides inexpensive power supply redundancy.|
|Using a Thru Tee||Using an Orbital Thru Tee to provide a separate DC power supply to the BUC, while passing the 10 MHz signal through from the modem.|