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MURATA AMERICAS: Crystal Resonator

This company recently introduced its newest member of the hybrid crystal resonator (HCR) solution family, the +/- 40ppm XRCGB-F2P series. Murata’s ongoing expansion of HCR crystal products has reportedly enabled even tighter frequency tolerance options, while increasing the value proposition to design engineers that are developing low-energy Bluetooth™ and Zigbee applications. The new +/- 40ppm device is available in the HCR’s miniaturized 2016 package, supporting 26 and 32 MHz, with more frequencies to follow.

There are reportedly very limited crystal resonator options available that combine small size, low cost, and tight tolerance into one part. According to the company, its expanded product line can circumvent that challenge by offering a low cost +/- 40ppm solution in a 2016 package that targets cost and size sensitive applications. The XRCGB-F2P series can be used for consumer and industrial market applications, including wearable products, portable medical, smart meters, smart appliances, and wireless sensors.

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