A Double Oven OCXO 10 MHz frequency standard with 2x 10mhz output on bncDesigned by fluke.l, Ships from Hong Kong
What is it? A Double Oven OCXO 10 MHz frequency standard with 2x 10mhz output on bnc when you apply the 12v or 15v (jumper). It will make a nice sine wave. Why did you make it? As The frequency sta...Read More…
A Double Oven OCXO 10 MHz frequency standard with 2x 10mhz output on bnc when you apply the 12v or 15v (jumper). It will make a nice sine wave.
As The frequency standard is easy for using, and it made +-5x10-11 stable output (check the 6th photo for ocxo's datasheet), it fix who needs a 10 MHz reference to calibrate their existing counter.
When you buy new counter or get a second hand counter，it's better to have one with a 10 MHz reference.
2x 10mhz output and 12v or 15v for normal DC supply. Tested and tested against my frequency test standard.
Itss ocxo is double oven ocxo. Faster warm up and more stable than a normal ocxo/tcxo. (you can check last photo)
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