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MEMS oscillators boost 10Gbit Ethernet

3/26/2013 04:01 AM EDT
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re: MEMS oscillators boost 10Gbit Ethernet
Constantins   3/28/2013 6:53:55 PM
What would be the stability in the temperature range of such an oscillator? Based on the announced jitter the phase noise should be very low, but how much?; What is the accuracy, the pulling and pushing range, etc? maybe, if we can get some information about the Q of this resonators we can figure it out.

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