[time-nuts] New PPB rated TCXO

Graham / KE9H ke9h.graham at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 09:11:43 EDT 2016

If you have a legitimate application for the part, and some volume
associated with the application, and you convince their sales person of
that, then the data sheets are made available.
--- Graham

On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 8:01 AM, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:

> On 10/10/16 11:27 PM, djl wrote:
>> But how the heck did they get some? According to the website, even data
>> sheets are not available.
>> Don
> It's not unusual for one to be able to get small quantities of a
> pre-release product if you have a relationship with the manufacturer/sales
> engineers. Typically it's bound up with an NDA, and the datasheet is NDA,
> and you basically have an agreement that if it turns out poorly so they can
> redesign/retool/fix it, you tell the mfr about it, and don't go
> broadcasting to the world that this new part is junk.
> In otherwords, not everything is available through distribution and
> mail-order.
> This is one of the arguments I make as to why attending in-person
> conferences is a good thing - that's how you make those personal
> connections.
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