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Satcom references typically require a very low phase noise, stable 10 MHz reference. The noise requirement stems from the fact that the link frequencies are so high that that the 10 MHz phase noise has to be very low due to frequency multiplication.Frequency multiplication degrades phase noise by 20*log(Fm/10 MHz).


Software Defined Radio

Many SDR systems involve multiple radios that must be stabilized and triggered precisely. Embedded oscillators in the radios must be disciplined and the trigger points be exact. Novus stabilized PPS references reduce PPS pulse to pulse jitter to below 1 ns.(NR6720-HS)


Portable References

Portable references and timing solutions provide much needed accuracy in environments where a reference is not present or a GNSS locked reference is denied.


Tower Remote Sites

Major issue for references in multi-site digital systems is site to site synchronization. This invariably leads to a GNSS locked reference.


Large Reference Systems

Large reference systems can involve hundreds of drops over multiple buildings while demanding accuracy and low noise.


General Lab Use

Most electronics labs require a stable 10 MHz frequency reference for frequency counters, spectrum analyzers and related equipment.