SG-8503CA Dual Selectable Programmable Crystal Oscillator (SPXO)

SG-8503CASG-8503CA

Complies with EU RoHS directive. Pb free.

Specifications (characteristics)

Item Symbol Specifications Conditions/Remarks
Output frequency range f0 50MHz to 800MHz -
Supply voltage VCC 2.5V-0.125V to 3.3V +0.33V -
Storage temperature T_stg -55°C to +125°C Store as bare product after packing
Operating temperature T_use -40°C to +85°C -
Frequency tolerance *1 f_tol ±31.5 × 10-6
±50 × 10-6
Includes frequency aging (10 years)
Current consumption ICC 90mA Max. OE Active, L_ECL=50Ω
Disable current I_dis 40mA Max. OE Inactive, Output Standby: Hi-Z mode
70mA Max. OE Inactive, Output Standby: Fix mode
Symmetry SYM 45% to 55% At outputs crossing point
Output voltage VOH VCC - 1.025 V Min. DC characteristics
VOL VCC - 1.62 V Min.
Output load condition L_ECL 50Ω Termination to VCC - 2.0 V
Input voltage VIH 70% VCC Min. OE, FSEL
VIL 30% VCC Max.
Rise time / Fall time tr / tf 400ps Max. Between 20% and 80% of
(VOH -VOL)
Start-up time t_str 10ms Max. Time at minimum supply voltage to be 0 s
Setting time for frequency change TSET1 1.5ms Max. From setting FSEL pin to output new frequency

*1 Frequency tolerance includes initial frequency tolerance, temperature variation, supply voltage change, reflow drift and 10 years aging at +25 °C.

Product Name(Standard form)

partnumber

External dimensions

External dimensions

(Unit: mm)


Footprint (Recommended)

footprint(recommended)

(Unit: mm)

In order to achieve optimum jitter performance, it is recommended that the capacitor (0.1 μF + 10 μF) between VCC and GND pin should be placed as close to the VCC pin as possible.

Block diagram

Block diagram

Phase Noise

Phase Noise

Phase Jitter

  Offset Frequency 100
MHz
125
MHz
156.25
MHz
250
MHz
312.5
MHz
500
MHz
625
MHz
Phase jitter *2 Typ. 12 kHz to 20 MHz 0.31ps 0.30ps 0.26ps 0.26ps 0.29ps 0.28ps 0.29ps

*2 In order to achieve optimum jitter performance, it is recommended that the capacitor (0.1μF + 10μF) between VCC and GND pin should be placed as close to the VCC pin as possible.

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