Utilize the benefits of BAW (bulk acoustic wave) technology in our BAW oscillators

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Our portfolio includes the industry's first BAW-based fixed-frequency oscillator with jitter performance lower than 100 fs, stability across 10 years of aging and vibration, and low-current consumption in industry-standard packages. Our oscillators are optimized for use in a wide range of communication, industrial, enterprise, and automotive applications.

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Fixed oscillators

Featuring standard frequencies or factory-programmable for any frequency, standard output formats, typical 156.25 MHz RMS jitter of 90 fs (12 kHz to 20 MHz), stability of ±25 ppm, ±50 ppm

Programmable oscillators

Featuring pin-mode and I2C-programmable mode for output frequency and format, typical 156.25 MHz RMS jitter of 90 fs (12 KHz to 20 MHz) and stability of ±25 ppm, ±50 ppm

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BAW technology

Our bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonator technology paves the way for stable, secure and high-performance communications infrastructure. Designers can leverage our innovative BAW technology to shrink BOM, improve network performance and increase immunity to vibration and shock. Watch the TI BAW clocking technology video to learn more.

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Are you ready for BAW?
Learn more about our BAW resonators, which are high-quality-factor (high-Q), ultra-low-noise resonators that can replace a quartz oscillator in industrial applications, resulting in unrivaled performance.
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TI BAW technology enables ultra-low jitter clocks for high-speed networks
Learn how you can use the LMK05318 network synchronizer featuring our BAW technology to reduce phase noise and rms jitter, and eliminate the need for a high-frequency low-noise TCXO or OCXO.

Technical resources

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Vibration and Shock Sensitivity: A Comparative Study of Oscillators
Learn how to design a system that incorporates a clock oscillator without overlooking the the vibration sensitivity of the oscillator.
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Standalone BAW Oscillators Advantages Over Quartz Oscillators
Learn the key advantages of the BAW oscillator over a quartz oscillator including increased flexibility, improved temperature stability, and improved jitter performance.
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Time Domain Jitter Measurement Consideration for Low-Noise Oscillators
Learn about the limitations of real-time oscilloscopes used for time-domain jitter analysis.
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