DIP VCXO

A voltage-controlled crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillating element that controls the oscillation frequency by voltage input. The frequency of its oscillation will change with the difference of DC voltage. This feature can be used to use the modulation signal as the input of the voltage-controlled oscillator to generate different modulation signals. DIP VCXO is due to the old process. The voltage range that can be controlled is also small, so it has been gradually eliminated by the market.


DIP Type VCXO    AGVCO-T8, AGVCO-T14

Model

AGVCO-T8, AGVCO-T14

Frequency Range

500KHz~125MHz

Frequency Tolerance

±20ppm, ±50ppm, ±100ppm

Output Logic

TTL / CMOS

Power Supply Voltage

VDC 3V~5V

Input Voltage(VDD)

VDD 3.3V DC

VDD 5.0V DC

Output Voltage HIGH"1"

TTL

2.4V min.

2.4V min.

CMOS

2.97V min.

4.5V min.

Output Voltage LOW"0"

TTL

0.4V min.

0.4V max.

CMOS

0.33V min.

0.5V max.

Frequency Pulling Range

From ±30ppm to ±150ppm
Control Voltage:0.3 to 3.0

From ±80ppm to ±200ppm
Control Voltage:0.5 to 4.5

Current Consumption

15~45mA(frequency dependent)

Operating Temperature Range

0 to +70 ºC

Storage Temperature Range

-40 to +85 ºC

Aging

Less than ±5 ppm/year. (At 25 ±5 ºC)

 

 

 

Dimension: (mm)

AGVCO-T8


AGVCO-T14


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