SiTime, Silicon MEMS Oscillators and Clock Generators

SiT2002: High Frequency, Single Chip One-output Clock Generator

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The SiT2002 is the industry's first high frequency, one-output clock generator with embedded MEMS resonator.  This device features uncompromising combination of low power consumption, excellent stability, flexible supply voltage and the shortest lead time for high frequency applicaitons.  It comes in a small, 5-pin SOT23-5 package that offers the best board level solder joint reliability and enables low cost, optical-ONLY board level inspection.

For the same device in SMD packages, refer to the SiT8009 oscillator.

 

Frequency Range (MHz) 115 to 137
Frequency Stability (PPM) ±20, ±25, ±50
Temp Range (°C) -20 to +70, -40 to +85
Supply Voltage (V) 1.8, 2.5, 2.8, 3.3
Configurable Rise/Fall Time (ns)
0.25 to 1.5 (output load and voltage dependent)
Package LxWxH (mm) SOT23 (2.9 x 2.8 x 1.2)
Status Production
Applications
  • GPON
  • EPON
  • Ethernet
  • SATA/SAS
  • Solid State Drive (SSD)
  • Storage server
  • PCI
  • PCI-E
  • DDR

Features Benefits
  • Configurable feature sets
    • High Freqencuy between 115 to 137 MHz
    • Stability from ±20PPM to ±50PPM
    • Industrial or extended commercial temp
    • 1.8V or 2.5V to 3.3V supply voltage
  • Customize specification for optimal system performance
  • Use same base device for many design, reducing qualification needs
  • Small leaded SOT23 package
  • Lowest cost package
  • Best board level solder joint reliability
  • Easy optical only board level inspection of solder joints
  • Low power consumption
    • 1.2 uA typical standby current (1.8V)
    • 3.6mA typical active current (1.8V)
  • Extends battery life in portable applications
  • Reduces power consumption for greener systems
  • Configurable drive strength
  • Slower rise/fall time that minimizes EMI from the oscillator
  • Saves cost by driving multiple loads and eliminate additional timing components
  • Ultra fast lead time (3-5 weeks)
  • Reduce inventory overhead
  • Mitigate shortage risks

 
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