IQD has introduced its new IQRB-4 which bridges the gap between the 12V powered IQRB-1, IQRB-2 and IQRB-3 and the recently released 3.3V powered ICPT-1.
The company has invested in its design and technical measurement capabilities at its head office in the UK, which also acts as the centre of excellence for frequency products within the Wurth Elektronik eiSos Group. This means that customers and interested parties can receive the maximum possible service that IQD and Wurth eiSos are widely known for.
The IQRB-4 provides extremely good short term and long-term stability as well as good phase noise, all consolidated in a compact package of only 50.8mm x 50.8mm x 25mm. In addition to the 5V supply voltage, the device is supplied with a standard CMOS signal output. This is excellent for most applications, as they need a CMOS signal anyway.
The device is ideal for stand-alone time reference, for example, in communication applications or network structures. Also, atomic clocks are an important component of smart and autonomous networks and anywhere where exact time and phase synchronisation is required.