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Old 04-18-2006, 06:25 PM
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Default RIO Reference clock oscillator part

In the RIO UG, two particular crystal oscillators parts are not just
recommended but in effect mandated have to be used. I've used the Pletronics
part successfully but it's expensive. There are lots of other manufacturers
who make LVDS oscillators at the correct frequency and frequency stability.

Has anyone successfully used any other oscillator?
Are the requirements for the BREFCLK oscillator actually written down
anywhere to allow comparison?



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