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Introduction. Purpose To introduce Fox Electronics XpressO Oscillator Technology. Objective Showcase XpressO’s cutting edge Technology and how it can solve all of your Oscillator & VCXO timing requirements with superior performance, Reduced cost and lead times measured in days not months.

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Introduction

Introduction

  • Purpose

  • To introduce Fox Electronics XpressO Oscillator Technology

  • Objective

  • Showcase XpressO’s cutting edge Technology and how it can solve all of your Oscillator & VCXO timing requirements with superior performance, Reduced cost and lead times measured in days not months.

  • Content

  • 10 Slides

  • Learning time

  • 7 Approximately Minutes


Introduction

Oscillators......

  • 750 kHz to 1.35 GHz

  • 2.5V / 3.3V Operation Available

  • Stabilities of 20 / 25 / 50 / 100 ppm available

  • 0 to +70C / -40 to +85C Temperature options

  • HCMOS / LV-PECL / LVDS outputs available

  • Industry standard footprints

  • Low jitter for Ethernet, SONET, Fiber Channel, etc.

  • XO and VCXO Versions

They Change Everything !

3.2 x 2.5 mm

5 x 3.2 mm

7 x 5 mm


Introduction

Benefits

Fast Delivery - Samples shipped next working day, production quantities shipped in 2 to 10 working days

Low Cost -Approximately 20% to 50% less “cost” than a conventional oscillator equivalent

Low Jitter -Substantially lower jitter & phase noise than Programmable Oscillators and comparable to Fixed Frequency Oscillators


Introduction

Semiconductor Technology Milestones

  • 1995 - Established semiconductor group

    • Began development of custom programmable PLL and custom memory structure technologies

  • 1998 – JITO – Focused on fast delivery

    • Oscillator utilizing the programmable PLL and custom memory structure

    • Patented frequency tuning allowing for tight accuracy

    • Streamlined manufacturing processes

    • 10 day Just in Time delivery method developed

  • 2003 – rfXO – Focused on low noise / high performance

    • High frequency (600MHz~1.25GHz) oscillator utilizing a low noise PLL is released for the SONET market

    • Stand-alone patented memory structure developed

  • 2007 – XpressOtm – Combining low noise & fast delivery with low cost

    • Low noise Fractional-N PLL

    • Patented memory structure

    • 3rd Order DSM noise dispersion technology with selectable settings based on customer noise requirements

    • Streamlined raw material and manufacturing process


Introduction

Semiconductor Technology

  • Utilizes multiple custom designed ASICs

    • Our own non-volatile memory structures – Lowers Cost

    • Noise-reducing DSM technology – Lowers Jitter and Phase noise

    • Building block architecture – Allows Fast Delivery

    • Different functional blocks – Provides Maximum Flexibility

  • 6 U.S. and 8 foreign patents issued


Introduction

F X O – HC536R – 106 . 25 Frequency (in MHz)

Resolutions to 6 places

past the decimal point

C = Ceramic

0 = ± 100 PPM

5 = ± 50 PPM

6 = ± 25 PPM

8 = ± 20 PPM (-20 ~ +70°C)

7 = 7 x 5mm

5 = 5 x 3.2mm

3 = 3.2 x 2.5mm

3 = 3.3 V

2 = 2.5 V

blank = -20°C to +70°C

R = -40°C to +85°C

H = HCMOS

L = LVDS

P = LVPECL

M = LVDS (pin 2 E/D)

Q = LVPECL(pin 2 E/D)

X = HCMOS (comp 2nd Output)

F V X O – HC53BR – 1 0 6 . 2 5 Frequency (in MHz)

Resolutions to 6 places

past the decimal point

blank = -20°C to +70°C

R = -40°C to +85°C

H = HCMOS

L = LVDS

P = LVPECL

X = HCMOS (comp 2nd Output)

C = Ceramic

7 = 7 x 5mm

5 = 5 x 3.2mm

3 = 3.3 V

B = ±50ppm Absolute Pull Range

XO and VCXO Model Description Guides

XO Model Selection Guide

VCXO Model Selection Guide


Introduction

Jitter Measurements

Phase Jitter is integrated from HP3048 Phase Noise Measurement System; measured directly into 50 ohm input; VDD = 3.3V.

TIE, Rj and Dj were measured on LeCroy LC684 Digital Storage Scope, directly into 50 ohm input, with Amherst M1 software; VDD = 3.3V.

Per MJSQ spec (Methodologies for Jitter and Signal Quality specifications)


Introduction

Traceability

Lot Identification

(Unique to every ORDER)

Serial Identification

(Unique to every PART)

  • Serial Number:218

  • Configuration Machine:Manufacturing Center # 4

  • Raw material used :PXO12-4-HC7-24-D

  • Silicon foundry manufacturing lot:Z75002

  • Date and Time of configuration:10/5/2007  11:05

  • Optimization Code :M=0

  • Static electrical test of the actual part:

  • 200 MHz, PPM OFFSET=3 PPM, ICC=90 mA

  • Operator ID#:#318

  • Lot ID:82221

  • Customer Purchase Order #PO070707

  • Internal Fox Sales Order #202002

  • Dates that the XpressO part was shipped from the factory :1000 on 10/18/2007, 1000 on 10/21/2007

  • The assigned customer part#:771-200-20

  • The Model specification:FXO-LC735-200


Introduction

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Low Jitter + Low Cost +

Quick Delivery =


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