[time-nuts] Typical EFC frequency response (bandwidth) of a OCXO

SAIDJACK at aol.com SAIDJACK at aol.com
Sat Dec 16 18:46:23 EST 2006


Hi Stephan,
 
I have a surplus 100MHz Vectron OCXO from a Wavecrest DTS-2070  
jitter-measurement system that was de-comissioned due to CPU memory  failure.
 
The oscillator works great, and it was the main timebase in the $90K+  jitter 
instrument, so I suspect it's the "best" OCXO they could buy at the time  in 
terms of jitter/phase noise.
 
It's a Vectron Model 224-8647-1, serial No. 1411054, a 24V unit.
 
It has seven solder tabs of which only two are used (24V power). I  suspect 
the others are for electronic trim, and oven monitoring etc wich were  not used 
in the Wavecrest.
 
It's a 100mm length, 50x50mm can with mechanical trim and SMA output.
 
Don't have any datasheet for it, maybe someone here has info? I would  barter 
it with you :) It works very well with 24V applied.
 
Let me know if you are interested in pictures etc.
 
thanks,
bye,
Said



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