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Reducing phase noise degradation due to mechanical vibration on high performance quartz resonator oscillators for gateway applications

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7 Author(s)
Gregory Ernst ; Hughes Network Systems, LLC, 11717 Exploration Lane, Germantown, MD 20876, USA ; Jack Lundstedt ; Ted Harben ; Peter McLaren
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Many modern telecommunication systems rely on a common signal source to serve as a phase and frequency reference signal for the network. This source is often employed to synthesize microwave transmit and receive signals locally for gateway signal processing purposes and to serve as a reference for the remotely located signal sources in the network. This scheme has the advantage of providing end-to-end network synchronization and reducing the cost of the remote terminals by requiring a high-performance phase and frequency source only at the gateway site.

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2008 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium

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19-21 May 2008