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Industry’s lowest current consumption with low jitter in a standard differential oscillator footprint

Our portfolio of flexible, high-performance, standard and programmable oscillators feature fast start-up time, ultra-low phase jitter and low current consumption in industry-standard packages. Our oscillators are optimized for use in a wide range of telecommunication and industrial applications.

Standard oscillator

Featuring standard and customizable frequencies, standard output formats, typical RMS jitter of 90 fs (12 kHz to 20 MHz), stability of ±25 ppm, ±50 ppm

Pin-selectable oscillator

Featuring one device with 9 user-selectable frequencies, user-selectable output formats, typical integrated RMS jitter of 90 fs (12 kHz to 20 MHz), stability of ±25 ppm, ±50 ppm

Fully programmable oscillator

Featuring EEPROM-programmable, user-programmable output frequency and format, typical integrated RMS jitter of 90 fs (12 kHz to 20 MHz), stability of ±25 ppm and ±50 ppm

Featured oscillators


Generate any reference clock frequency using this fully-programmable oscillator with frequency margining options through I2C serial interface and integrated EEPROM.


Support seven unique reference clock frequencies with this ultra-low jitter, less than 90fs RMS, pin-selectable oscillator that generates commonly used reference clocks.


Generate commonly used frequencies with this fixed frequency, ultra-low jitter oscillator. Supported output formats include LVPECL up to 1 GHz, LVDS up to 900 MHz, and HCSL up to 400 MHz.

Featured technical content

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.

Frequency Margining Using TI's High Performance Programmable Oscillators

Learn the benefits of frequency margining, common approaches in the industry and the flexible frequency margining features on an LMK61E2 oscillator.

Time Domain Jitter Measurement Consideration for Low-Noise Oscillators

Learn about the limitations of real-time oscilloscopes used for time-domain jitter analysis.