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The IT2200B is part of the Rakon Integrated 2200 series of surface mount device (SMD) temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs), which can be used to aid GPS weak signal detection in portable devices. Measuring 2.5 x 2.0 millimeters, the IT2200B employs an analog integrated circuit for the oscillator and temperature compensation. The RSX-10 crystal is surface mounted on top of the ceramic IC carrier. The segregation of the crystal from the oscillator further improves the reliability of the product. Frequencies ranging from 10 to 45 MHz. Standard temperature stability choices are ±0.5ppm, ±1ppm, ±1.5ppm, and ±2.5ppm, over wide temperature ranges. The TCXO provides clipped sinewave frequency output from 10 to 45MHz. Frequency slope and perturbation specifications can be customized to meet application requirements. Rakon Limited, Auckland, New Zealand.

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