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The SiT1602B is a low power, fixed-frequency oscillator. It provides the perfect combination of low power consumption, excellent stability, small size, fast startup, and short lead time for a wide range of applications.

For a similar device in a SOT23-5 package, refer to the SiT2001B.

FlexEdgeTM Rise/Fall Time
52 frequencies
Frequency Stability (ppm)
±20, ±25, ±50
Operating Temperature Range (°C)
-20 to +70, -40 to +85
Oscillator Type
Output type
Package Type (mm²)
2.0x1.6, 2.5x2.0, 3.2x2.5, 5.0x3.2, 7.0x5.0
Phase Jitter (RMS)
1.3 ps
Field programmable
Voltage Supply (V)
1.8, 2.5 to 3.3
  • Digital still cameras (DSC)
  • Digital camcorders
  • Portable media players (PMP)
  • Mobile TV tuners (portable TV, CMME, DMB, etc.)
  • Portable storage devices
  • Audio and processor clocking in portable navigation devices (PND)
  • IP CAM
  • DVR
  • FM modules
  • Non-baseband clocking in mobile phones (camera modules, multimedia chipsets, etc.)
  • Portable gaming devices
  • Other handheld applications (eePC, Portable test equipment, etc.)
  • 零售电子产品


Features & Benefits

Configurable feature sets

  • 52 standard frequencies
  • Stability from ±20 ppm to ±50 ppm
  • Industrial or extended commercial temp.
  • 1.8 V or 2.5 V to 3.3 V supply voltage:
  • Customize specification for optimal system performance
  • Use same base device for many designs reducing qualification needs;

Small 2016 & 2520 packages for all frequencies, voltages, and stabilities

  • Save more board space without compromising performance and availability;

Low power consumption

  • 1.2 µA typical standby current (1.8 V)
  • 3.6 mA typical active current (1.8 V):
  • Extends battery life in portable applications
  • Reduces power consumption for greener systems;

FlexEdge™ 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 (4 to 6 weeks)

  • Reduce inventory overhead
  • Mitigate shortage risks


Quality Documents

Additional Resources