ADI's ADIS16210 iSensor® digital inclinometer system provides precise measurements for pitch and roll angles. Available in a 15 mm x 24 mm x 15 mm module.
IDT's ICS854S006I is a low skew, high performance 1-to-6 differential-to-LVDS fanout buffer. The CLK, nCLK pair can accept most standard differential input levels.
HCSL Buffers from IDT provide a low power, low noise, low skew, point-to-point solution for distributing HCSL clock signals.
The ICS853S006I LVPECL buffer from IDT is characterized to operate from either a 2.5 V or a 3.3 V power supply.
PCI Express products are small, low power clock generators, buffers, and evaluation boards that offer industrial grade ratings and minimal external components.
TI's THS788 4-channel TMU includes a TDC architecture to ensure fast and accurate measurements in a variety of applications.
TXC's TCXOs are available in varying versions of temperature stability, voltage control functions, and operating voltages.
TXC's differential output oscillators have excellent phase noise and jitter specs and are able to address higher temperatures than CMOS oscillators.
TXC's SAW based oscillator’s ideal for applications demanding lower costs, low phase noise, and the specs of differential output oscillators.
Microchip's MCP795 family of 10-pin SPI RTCCs offers superior timekeeping performance along with reduced component count and low backup power.
The DS1339A low power programmable RTC, from Maxim, is a drop-in replacement for DS1339 and features 2 time-of-day alarms.
Maxim's DS1318 sub-second elapsed-time counter with byte-wide parallel interface features 44-bit binary counter providing timer with 244 µs resolution.
Maxim's MAX2870 ultra-wideband PLL with integrated VCOs is controlled by a 3-wire serial interface and is compatible with 1.8 V control logic.
Maxim's DS3231M I²C RTC, available in the same footprtint as the DS3231 RTC, utilizes a MEMS resonator for enhanced, long term accuracy.
ADI's AD9557 low loop bandwidth clock multiplier provides jitter cleanup and synchronization for systems including synchronous optical networks.
The DS1088L clock generator, from Maxim, produces a square-wave output without external timing components and features 1.0% frequency tolerance.
The AD9525 low-jitter clock generator with eight LVPECL outputs features an integrated ultra-low noise synthesizer.
Maxim's DS3232M I²C RTC with 236 bytes of battery-backed SRAM has a timekeeping accuracy of ±5 ppm from -40 NC to 85 NC.
Microchip's MCP795Wxx real-time clocks with watchdog timer use an external 32.768 KHz crystal as a timing source and have battery switchover with a timestamp.
DS1682 and DS1683 elapsed-time recorders, from Maxim, require no backup power source and are ideal for systems where time-of-use is important.