Taitien's GT-11 is a cost-effective disciplined crystal oscillator that provides a built-in GPS receiver module and uses GPS or 1pps as a disciplining signal.
Taitien has launched the GT-11, a cost-effective disciplined crystal oscillator that provides a built-in GPS receiver module and uses GPS or 1pps as a disciplining signal. By disciplining and locking, GT-11 can achieve the accuracy and stability as an atomic clock with phase error controlled within 75ns (rms). Furthermore, GT-11 offers the advantages of small size and low power consumption.
GT-11’s excellent accuracy and stability performance allows it to replace rubidium clocks as a standard clock reference source. This series is particularly suitable for various laboratory instruments, low-cost reference clock, and test and measurement equipment. The device comes in 25.4 x 25.4 x 9.4mm, enabling more flexibility for customer’s product design space.
Among its key features are 10MHz CMOS output and 1pps CMOS output and low power consumption (less than 0.6W).
New products & solutions, whitepaper downloads, reference designs, videos
Register, join the conference, and visit the booths for a chance to win great prizes.