SA.31m, SA.33m & SA.35m - Quantum Miniature Rubidium Atomic Clock (MAC)
OverviewQuantum Miniature Rubidium Atomic Clock (MAC) features compact design and low power consumption
Cost effective, and easily adaptable to a wide variety of timing and synchronization applications, Microsemi's SA.3Xm is the world's first commercially available atomic clock.
The SA.3Xm is designed for applications where an economical solution for frequency stability is required. Requiring little power, and able to operate across a wide spectrum of temperatures, the SA.3Xm is an ideal choice for wireless base stations, telecom networks, and test and measurement devices requiring the precision of a rubidium oscillator.
Microsemi has designed the SA.3Xm for suitability in variety of timing and synchronization applications, including wireless base stations, telecom networks, and test and measurement devices.
Microsemi has leveraged significant advances in physics miniaturization and integration to design a form factor measuring only 2 inch by 2 inch and standing less than an inch - five times smaller than existing rubidium oscillators.
Low power consumption makes the SA.3Xm an ideal choice for applications where an economical solution for frequency stability is required.
Low Temperature Sensitivity
Wide spectrum temperature operation enables use in a range of applications. Includes standard quartz oscillator pinouts.
RoHS 6/6 Compliant
SA.3Xm Developers Kit (090-44300-00)
- Interface PCB Assembly to evaluate SA.3Xm
- Mounting hardware to allow for mounting SA.3Xm to the evaluation board
- Heat sink/base and thermal tape
- Power supply
- Hardware to allow for heat sink/base mounting
- SA.3Xm designer’s reference guide on CD
The Microsemi MACdemo software (Part No.: 084-01513-000) provides a convenient graphical user interface for monitoring and controlling the SA.3Xm MAC. MACdemo is also used for collecting and archiving monitor data from the MAC. It will install and run on any PC running Microsoft Windows XP or Microsoft Windows 7 and having atleast one available RS232 (COM) port.
Note: Multiple MACs can be monitored from a single PC, provided additional COM ports are available.