The European Microwave Week theme for 2015 is “Freedom Through Microwaves” – a concept we support wholeheartedly!
Set for September 6th to the 11th in Paris, France, EuMW 2015 will offer engineers, manufacturers, end-users, and the research community a first-hand look at the developing trends, products and technology that will shape the industry for years to come. Included this year will be a greater emphasis on space-related technologies – a worthy complement to the telecom, transportation, medical, radar, and aerospace sectors that will be represented at the conference.
Greenray will be exhibiting at the conference, and we invite you to stop by Stand 143. We hope to see you in Paris!
Why not make a week of it, shall we? And what better occasion than the greatest air show on the planet – the Paris Air Show – running June 15th to the 21st.
We’ll be there, Booth G41 Hall 4, and hope to see you. So please, stop by and say “Hello.” We’ll introduce you to our remarkable line of OCXOs and TCXOs, designed to perform with excellence and reliability under the harshest conditions on, or above, the planet.
For the second consecutive year, Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) Division has recognized Greenray Industries for the company’s
Operational Excellence with their selection as a 2014 IDS Supplier Excellence Award recipient.
The 4-Star award recognizes
consistent quality, on-time delivery, safety, and investment to process improvement initiatives as key factors in determining the award winners. Greenray was also recognized by IDS for their performance in 2013.
The awards ceremony was held Wednesday, May 27th at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts – home of the New England Patriots. The award was presented to Wayne Bolton and Tod Bowers of Greenray.
Greenray Industries has announced availability of the T1243 TCXO.
Greenray Industries’ new T1243 TCXO delivers ultra-low phase noise performance and excellent vibration compensation.
Available from 10 to 50 MHz and with g-Sensitivity to <7 x 10-11/g, the T1243 TCXO is ideal for demanding mobile/communications applications. CMOS output is standard; Supply voltage is +3.3Vdc or +5.0 Vdc, and supply current is 30mA max. EFC is provided for precise tuning or phase locking applications.
Contact the factory for additional information about the new T1243 TCXO.
We’re pleased to announce that Greenray was recognized for ‘excellent quality and delivery performance’ at the recent Rockwell Collins Supplier Conference. In fact, we were awarded “Platinum Supplier” status by the company.
Greenray’s commitment to quality and superior service for our defense and commercial customers dates to our founding in 1961, and is a critical component of our overall business focus.
It goes without saying that we’re extremely happy – and proud – to be a valued partner of Rockwell Collins’ team. Thank you, Rockwell Collins!
Greenray Industries is pleased to announce that we will be a participant at the IMS2015 International Microvave Symposium, to be held in Phoenix, Arizona, May 17 – 22.
We’ll introduce you to our newest signal source products – designed for both traditional and commercial marketplace applications – including our T1307 and T1241 TCXOs. Greenray engineers and sales personnel will be on hand to answer all your questions, and we’ll have our new shortform brochures on hand for you.
So please plan to stop by Booth #723. We look forward to seeing you in warm and sunny Phoenix!
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January, 2015 – Greenray Industries has announced availability of the T1241 TCXO, a high performance design for demanding mobile applications.
The T1241 TCXO offers superior phase noise performance under high shock and vibration conditions, thanks in part to a very low g-sensitivity spec, down to 7 x 10-11/g. The T1241 is available from 50 to 100 MHz, with CMOS output.
Contact the factory for full specifications, and click the T1241 image for information about Greenray’s complete line of high performance TCXOs.
Greenray’s new shortform product catalog!
High performance crystal oscillators may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for those in the know this really is a must read. And the beauty is in the details, with the g-Sensitivity, stability v. temp, and low noise specifications that design engineers have been asking for. OCXOs, TCXOs and more – full performance and package specs, manufacturing and market details, and an in-depth look at Greenray Industries.
Get your copy today. For a complimentary (PDF file) download, click on the image above. And hurry! – Supplies really are limited!
The 2014 European Microwave Week conference, aptly named “Connecting the Future”, demonstrated for us once again that success in business is all about successful relationships – connecting with your customers, your colleagues, your suppliers – past, current and future. Sharing ideas, embracing opportunities and working together to find the solutions that drive businesses forward. “Connecting the future,” indeed!
To everyone that stopped by our booth at EuMW 2014 – thanks for visiting. And if we missed a chance to connect in Rome, we invite you to stop by Hall B6, Booth 368 and join us in Munich at Electronica 2014 this November. And be sure to get a copy of our brand new catalog while you’re there. We’ll look forward to seeing you in Munich!
Greenray Industries’ new, high performance T1307 TCXO utilizes patented vibration compensation technology to deliver unparalleled performance under vibration (<7 x 10-11/g) and much better (e.g., 30 to 40 dB) phase noise performance under shock and vibration than typical TCXO products. In addition, the technology enables smaller packaging and cost benefits not found in typical, competing TCXO technology.
The T1307 Series TCXO is available from 10 to 50 MHz and features a 9 x 7 mm SMT package, temp stability of 1 ppm over -40 to 85°C and CMOS or clipped sinewave output. Operating voltage is from 2.7 to 5.0 VDC with a minimum current draw of 6 mA.
This combination of performance parameters and package footprint make the T1307 TCXO an ideal choice for mobile or airborne environments, and commercial and military applications that demand reliable, high performance under adverse shock and vibration conditions.