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FX-102 Frequency Translation
Vectron's FX-102 is a crystal based frequency translator which is used to translate any input frequency such as 8 kHz, 1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz, 19.440 MHz etc. to any specific frequency from 77.76 to 170 MHz. The input frequency does not have to be a 50/50% duty cycle and as an example can be an 8 kHz signal with a logic high "on time" of only 1us, such as a BITS clock. The FX-102 also has the ability to translate up to any 1 to 4 different input frequencies to one common output frequency, such as input frequencies of 8 kHz and 1.544 MHz and 19.44 MHz and any other frequency between 8 kHz and 170 MHz translating them to any specific output frequency from 77.76 MHz to 170 MHz.

FX-102
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Features:
  • Output frequencies up to 170 MHz
  • Jitter Generation OC-192 compliant
  • Jitter transfer per GR-253-CORE
  • Single 5.0 or 3.3 Vdc supply
  • Locked to specified Input frequency, e.g. 8 kHz
  • 1" x 0.8" x 0.25", Surface Mount (FR4 base)

Applications:
  • SONET / SDH / ATM
  • DWDM / FDM
  • DSL-PON Interconnects
  • FEC (Forward Error Correction)