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Ultra-low jitter generators 22.5792, 24.5760, 33.8688, 36.8640, 45.1584, 49.1520 MHz
Ultra-low jitter generators 22.5792, 24.5760, 33.8688, 36.8640, 45.1584, 49.1520 MHz
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Old 16th January 2016, 04:23 AM   #1
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Default Ultra-low jitter oscillators 22.5792, 24.5760, 33.8688, 36.8640, 45.1584, 49.1520 MHz

Ultra-low jitter clock generators ГК154-П-Т, made in Russia, http://bmgplus.ru/images/pdf/pdf154T.pdf , DIL-14 packaging, 5V supply, tristate mode. The really best oscillators for audio.

Pin 1 Open or '1' level - Enabled, '0' level - high impedance, Pin 7 - ground, Pin 8 - output, Pin 14 - Pover supply.

512Fs - 22.5792 MHz, 24.5760 MHz, 768Fs - 33.8688 MHz, 36.8640 MHz, 1024Fs - 45.1584 MHz, 49.1520 MHz

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these gens are the real deal. no frills, no BS.
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Phase noise plot please. What is the noise at say 1 and 10Hz?

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115@10, Fc=36M. it's in the first post.
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If the parts are reliably in this ballpark (-115@10Hz) this product is shockingly better than all the applauded Crystek's.

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It would certainly be helpful to see data which goes lower down in frequency, 1 Hz or even 0.1 Hz.
>1kHz can be omitted anyway, it's of no significance.

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ГК154П-Б 24.576MHz, mesured by Agilent E5052 on frecuency detuning 100HZ has noise spectral density -135дБ, but Crystek CCHD957 24.576MHz mesured in the same conditions -124.5дБ
5v oscillators has better parameters than 3.3v versions of the same oscillators, and this is for any brands.
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