[time-nuts] Best OCXOs, phasenoise wise.

EWKehren at aol.com EWKehren at aol.com
Mon Jun 28 12:21:20 EDT 2010


I do not think I can answer that question the way you present it. It  
depends to a large degree on what you want to use it for. If you want to  
multiply to microwave frequency there are 100 MHz units out there with excellent  
low phase noise in the $ 400 to $1400 price range, if it is Allan Variance  I 
have seen HP10811's for around $100 and from there up with the sky  
(Oscilloquatz) the limit.
Bert Kehren
 
 
In a message dated 6/28/2010 10:02:36 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
cupido at mail.ua.pt writes:

I'm  quite sure someone has went down this road...
so I better ask  first.

Phase noise wise what would be the best OCXO's that
we could  find around, taken from equipments, or ebay
etc.
I have in mind  essentially the HP ones. the PIEZZO
ISOTEMP, CMAK, Vecton(harder to find)  and some of the small
wenzels, BLIBEY, OACs and a few more.

Not  necessarily just 10MHz... other freqs
are of interest too.

Any  generic heading info/help?
Many Thanks.


Luis  Cupido.
ct1dmk.



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