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NPA: LGT100 Ultra-Low G-Sensitivity TCXO

by John Esterline on November 04, 2019

NPA: LGT100 Ultra-Low G-Sensitivity TCXO Esterline Research and Design is pleased to announce the release of a new Ultra-Low-G product family.  By incorporating our patented MSAC compensation architecture as an additional layer of precise compensation applied to a ultra-low acceleration sensitivity TCXO design, the new LGT100 series achieves frequency stability performance of less than ±5 ppb over the temperature range of -40°C to +105°C.    The LGT100 design platform can deliver world class acceleration sensitivity of less than 0.005 ppb/g TOTAL GAMMA, translating into minimal phase noise degradation under vibration.  This makes the LGT100 perfectly suitable for high vibration and shock environments, such as industrial construction equipment,..

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NPA: LGH100 Ultra-Low G-Sensitivity OCXO

by John Esterline on October 01, 2019

NPA: LGH100 Ultra-Low G-Sensitivity OCXO Esterline Research and Design is pleased to announce the release of a new Ultra-Low-G product family.  By incorporating our patented MSAC compensation architecture within an ovenized oscillator temperature control system, the new LGH100 series achieves frequency stability performance of less than ±0.25 ppb over the temperature range of -40°C to +105°C.    The LGH100 design platform can deliver acceleration sensitivity performance of less than 0.01 ppb/g, translating into minimal phase noise degradation under vibration.  This makes the LGH100 perfectly suitable for high vibration and shock environments, such as industrial construction equipment, autonomous agricultural vehicles, commercial and..

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A Handy-Dandy Crystal Oscillator Kit, and why you need it.

by Wayne Lesperance on February 16, 2015

Continuing with our concept that individual components necessary for building our larger test systems can often (by themselves) be useful - we give you the XO101 Crystal Oscillator Kit.Electrical engineers, EE Students and the like, often need a reference (time base) frequency to work from.  The XO101 kit includes a series of oscillators with common frequencies, ranging from 1MHz to 40MHz.  Wether you need a basic clock oscillator to complete a project, or a solid time base for reference purposes, we believe you will find this kit useful. "Sometimes you have an idea that requires a specific signal source to accurately flush it out...

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As we close the books on our first year at Esterline Research & Design, I couldn't be happier.  Happier about my decision to partner with the people I did, and the direction we are going.  As the only partner of ER&D who's not an engineer, these are few personal observations I have made over the past year. Fair warning to engineers:  This is not a technical paper, and at times includes such things as humor, speculation and vagueness. 1.  Engineers are incredible multi-taskers.  It's probably about as consistently true as saying car salesmen are good talkers.Maybe it's the nature of the..

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Timing is everything - Setting a new standard in Clock Generators

by Wayne Lesperance on September 23, 2014

Being in the Frequency Control industry, we commonly run across the need to generate specific signals for testing circuits.For development and proof of concept, a stable clock generator is a standard piece of equipment. Although single channel clock generators are found in labs everywhere, they generally come in a big form factor with a big price tag.With the goal of adding capability, while reducing size and cost - The CG5 comes in a sleek 3.5" x 3.3" x 0.5" case and connects to a desktop or laptop which eliminates the need for a bulky and costly integrated display. A clock generator found in a lab might..

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When does the Design Phase End?

by Wayne Lesperance on September 08, 2014

As we approached the point of bringing our first product to market, packaging became a focal point. It only makes sense to ship high end, high precision electronic gear in the most secure way possible, but does it matter what it looks like? That was the question...  Typical outer packaging Bad example of inside packaging So, if it’s already been purchased, is there anything to gain from packaging appeal? If you’ve ever bought something from Apple (for example), you’ve seen the difference first hand.With Apple, packaging appeal is given nearly as much consideration as the product itself. I can’t speak for everyone,..

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