Oscillator uses MEMS silicon resonator technology

Costa Mesa, Calif.—Ecliptek Corp. has expanded its EMO family of MEMS oscillator products to include MEMS spread spectrum low EMI output surface mount devices it is calling the EMS series.

The EMS series oscillators reduce EMI at the clock source, potentially eliminating the use of supplemental shielding enclosures and/or filtering components later down the clock stream. This reduces system costs and improves overall EMI performance. Applications for the EMS series include set-top boxes, medical equipment, scanners, printers, LCD displays, and communications equipment.

Standard specifications for the EMS series include a frequency range of 1MHz to 200MHz; 1.8V, 2.5V or 3.3V supply voltage; 50ppm or 100ppm frequency stability; LVCMOS single ended output; programmable spread percentages of 0.25%, 0.50% and 1.00% center spread; and -0.5%, -1.0%, -2.0% down spread; spread spectrum enable/disable function; and tri-state or power down options for a high impedance output.

Pricing: Starts at $1.56 in 1000 piece quantities on tape and reel.

Availability: Using a proprietary ASIC and state-of-the-art programming technique, Ecliptek is able to program and deliver EMS products in seven days ARO.
Datasheet: Click here.


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