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Product Change Notice - GTXO-93

29/03/2016


Announcing an IC update. Retaining form, fit, and function compatibility this update prolongs the longevity of this popular product.

GRX-315 - The Perfect Watch Crystal for Automotive Applications

24/03/2016


Golledge are proud to announce the launch of the GRX-315 watch crystal. Fully AEC-Q200 qualified as standard, and contained within a small 3.2 x 1.5 package, it's one of our lowest cost products and a great addition to our automotive GRX range.

Introducing the CADSoft Eagle Golledge Part Library

21/01/2016


The full list of Golledge recommended parts is now available to download as a CADSoft Eagle library package.

Golledge Electronics are exhibiting at IoT Design conference on 3rd of December at The Brewery in London

25/11/2015


Golledge are proud to be exhibiting at the IoT Design conference taking place at the Brewery in London on the 3rd of December. The first of its kind, IoT Design has been created by Electronics Weekly as a gathering of design industry experts to focus on the challenges of designing for the internet of things.

Meeting the challenges of wearable PCB design

10/11/2015


The latest technology trend spanning the medical, fitness, and mass-consumer markets - wearable technology looks set to provide innovation in health-monitoring, research and fashion.

GTXO-203 -The tiny form-factor TCXO ideal for wearable applications

27/10/2015


With a board area of only 3.2 mm² and a highly accurate frequency stability option of ±0.5ppm, the GTXO-203 offers superb accuracy for projects where board space is paramount.

The AEC-Q200 Standard, what does it really mean?

06/10/2015


A look under the hood of AEC-Q200 qualification and 5 tips for specifying automotive qualified RF parts that will save your budget.

What to consider when using smaller and smaller quartz crystals

02/10/2015


With the industry drive towards smaller crystals Golledge's Chief Engineer, Chris Watts, takes an in-depth look at the effects of shrinking the crystal, including reduced motional capacitance, reduced trim sensitivity, increased motional resistance and an increase in the minimum usable frequency.

Introducing the new SCOCXOL Oven Controlled Oscillator

17/07/2015


Available in 3.3V and 5.0V CMOS outputs, the SCOCXOL has been designed in response to industry demand for an OCXO that not only has low current consumption but also warms up and reaches specification fast.

SCOCXOH and SCOCXOHS - A Class-leading Combination of Performance, Package and Price

17/07/2015


Introducing the SCOCXOH (CMOS) and the SCOCXOHS (Sinewave) Oven Controlled Oscillators. Available in fundamental mode frequencies up to 120MHz, both of these OCXOs offer a phase noise floor of -160dBc at 10.0MHz and an impressive -155dBC at 100MHz.