Chip Scale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

The world’s first chip scale atomic clock, the SA.45s CSAC measures less than 16cm3 cc in volume, is only 0.45 inches high, weighs just 35 grams and consumes a mere 120mW of power. Such breakthrough performance opens up an entirely new classes of portable applications such as marine geophysical sensors, backpack IED jammers, backpack military radios, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and military GPS receivers.

SA.22c Precision Rubidium Oscillator

SA.22c's compact form factor, low power consumption, and full-spectrum temperature operation make rubidium performance accessible to a wide range of synchronization applications, from telecom networks to handheld test and measurement devices.

SA.31, SA.33, SA.35 Miniature Atomic Clock

Marking a major step forward in the evolution of rubidium clocks,  SA.3Xm is based on miniature atomic clock technology and has been designed  for applications requiring compact design, lower power consumption, and excellent aging and precision in an economical and easily adaptable package.