SIMPLIFIED SIP BUS WARP CONTROL FOR OPTIONAL HIGH STABILITY OVENIZED OSCILLATOR
Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-26
Modern wireless communication network base stations must operate over many bands, and systems with different channelization requiring different fre- quency stability options. The problem with compat- ibility ofa single base station design with large num- ber of stability requirements is a way must be found to provide optional high stability with minimal cost and component penalty to the standard product. The proposed frequency stability standard for the FCC part 88 re-mining of the VHF and UHF bands is an example of how the increased need for spectrum efftciency has generated a major need for a low cost optional way to obtain better than 0.5 PPM frequency stability references for these services.