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SiTime Turbo Webinar Series

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15-minute, highly impactful webinars covering topics that
range from timing products to design tips and trends.



ARCHIVE - Archive 2013

ARCHIVE - August 2013

Silicon MEMS vs Quartz Supply Chain

Learn about the differences between SiTime's silicon MEMS supply chain and quartz manufacturers' supply chain.

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ARCHIVE - Late July 2013

How MEMS Resonators work Part 2

Learn more on how MEMS resonators work.

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ARCHIVE - Mid July 2013·

How MEMS Resonators work Part 1

Learn how MEMS resonators work.

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ARCHIVE - Mid June 2013·

SiT153x 32 kHz Oscillator Replaces Quartz XTALs for Smallest Footprint

Learn how to reduce footprint and save power with 32 kHZ XOs. 

  • Interfacing to an MCU XTAL input
  • Understanding the power savings with NanoDrive(TM)  
  • Optimizing NanoDrive for XTAL replacement applications

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ARCHIVE - Early June 2013 

How to Get Instant Oscillators with SiTime's New Field Programmer

Learn how to configure MEMS oscillators to meet exact design specifications and create instant drop-in replacements for legacy quartz devices within seconds.

•   Overview of MEMS programmer and special features
•   How to develop fast prototypes with field programmable oscillators 
•   Optimize system performance with custom frequencies and other features

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ARCHIVE - Mid May 2013

Part 3: How to Measure Long-term Jitter and Cycle-to-cycle Jitter in Precision Timing Applications

Learn practical engineering guidelines for accurate measurement results. Part 2 of the 3-part series will cover the following.

  • Long-term jitter and cycle-to-cycle jitter defined
  • Measurement techniques
  • How to avoid measurement errors
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ARCHIVE - Late April 2013 

Part 2: How to Measure Phase Jitter and Phase Noise in Precision Timing Applications

Learn practical engineering guidelines for accurate measurement results. Part 2 of the 3-part series will cover the following.

  • Phase noise and phase jitter defined
  • Measurement techniques
  • How to avoid measurement errors
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ARCHIVE - Early April 2013

Part 1: How to Measure Clock Jitter in Precision Timing Applications

Learn practical engineering guidelines for accurate measurement results. Part 1 of the 3-part series will cover the following.

  • Period jitter and cycle-to-cycle jitter defined
  • Period jitter measurement techniques and demo
  • How to accurately measure jitter and avoid measurement errors

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ARCHIVE - Late March 2013

SiT15xx New Product -- World's Smallest 32 kHz XO for Mobile Applications

Learn about the key features and how MEMS overcomes the limitations of quartz

  • Applications that Benefit From the Ultra-Small Footprint
  • Smallest Footprint--up to 85% smaller
  • Saves Power Compared to XTAL Alternative
  • NanoDrive Output Minimizes Power
  • Supports Coin-Cell and Battery backup Voltages Down to 1.2V
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ARCHIVE - Mid March 2013

Optimize System Performance with Low Power MEMS Oscillators

Improve jitter performance, reduce EMI issues and lower power.

  • Introduction to new low power MEMS oscillators
  • Unique features and benefits
  • Application highlights

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ARCHIVE - Late February 2013

Silicon MEMS Oscillator Frequency Characteristics and Measurement Techniques

  • Frequency Stability and Differences between MEMS and Quartz
  • How to Make Accurate Frequency Counter Measurements
  • Answers to Common Frequency Related Questions

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ARCHIVE - Mid February 2013

High Performance Oscillators for 10GbE Applications

Improve system performance with stable, ultra-low-jitter MEMS timing solutions.

  • Introduction to new 10GbE MEMS oscillators with 0.3 ps RMS phase jitter
  • Features and performance compared to quartz-based SAW and overtone oscillators
  • Application examples

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ARCHIVE - Late January 2013

New MEMS Oscillators Enhance Clock Performance in
Industrial and Hi-Reliability Applications

How to improve system reliability and performance in high reliability, high-temp applications.

  • Introduction to new high-temperature robust MEMS oscillators
  • Unique features compared to legacy quartz oscillators
  • Application highlights

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ARCHIVE - Mid January 2013

Performance Comparison: Silicon MEMS Verses Quartz Oscillators

See the latest performance data on SiTime's silicon MEMS and how it compares to quartz oscillators.

  • Frequency Stability
  • Phase Noise and Jitter
  • Aging
  • Start-up Time

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ARCHIVE - December 2012

Silicon MEMS Reliability and Resilience

How to improve system reliability and performance with silicon MEMS solutions that deliver
the best resilience under various conditions.

  • Resistance to Shock and Vibration
  • Power Supply Noise Rejection
  • EMS (Electro-Magnetic Susceptibility)
  • Reliability-MTBF

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