Wenzel Associates | A Quantic Company

Austin, TX 78758

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About Wenzel Associates | A Quantic Company

Since 1978 Wenzel Associates has defined the state-of-the-art in ultra-low phase noise crystal oscillators and is a global leader within the military, space and commercial markets.

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2215 Kramer Lane
Austin, TX 78758
https://wenzel.com/
512-835-2038
512-719-4086

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Since 1978 Wenzel Associates has defined the state-of-the-art in ultra-low phase noise crystal oscillators and is a global leader within the military, space and commercial markets, providing world-class fixed-frequency sources, custom integrated microwave assemblies and synthesizers. Wenzel’s products are used as reference oscillators, in test equipment, onboard UAV systems, shipboard radar, surveillance and communication equipment, and we are proud to have been selected to develop components for NASA, for commercial telecom satellites, and for precision requirements for the scientific community. With over 40 years of innovative design and unmatched performance, Wenzel Associates continues to offer products and performance that are “Quietly the Best”.

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Frequency Synthesizer Heading for Jupiter

July 28, 2023
A high-performance frequency synthesizer will provide a local oscillator (LO) and multiple reference-frequency signals for an ice-penetrating radar to be used aboard NASA’s Europa...
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Strand Marketing Celebrates 25 Years

June 3, 2019
For 25 years, Strand Marketing has served a variety of different high-frequency electronics companies with many different marketing products and services.
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The 2019 IMS Exhibition Brings High Expectations

May 14, 2019
During a time when defense electronics technology is strong, the industry readies itself for the global adoption of 5G and electronically steered vehicles.
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Philadelphia Opens Its Doors to 2018 IMS

May 22, 2018
As the applications extrapolate for wireless devices and interest grows in millimeter-wave frequencies, the RF/microwave industry gathers together with great optimism for the ...
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Frequency-Control Components Satisfy Demanding Requirements

Oct. 28, 2015
Suppliers must deliver new products as many applications require frequency-control components with improved performance, such as extremely low phase noise and jitter.
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OCXOs Silence Noise From 10 To 160 MHz

June 5, 2014
A line of OCXOs provides excellent spectral purity from 10 to 160 MHz.

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Managing Phase Noise In Microwave Sources

Nov. 27, 2012
Understanding the causes of phase noise in RF/microwave frequency sources can help to minimize that noise and its effects on high-frequency applications.
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Montreal Welcomes A Week Of Microwaves

May 17, 2012
Microwave Weeks IMS conference and associated events comprise an event unlike any other in the electronics industry, giving members of the indu try a chance to catch up with products...
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Shrinking Sources Aim For Lower Noise

Aug. 19, 2010
High-frequency oscillators and frequency synthesizers are achieving new performance peaks in smaller packages, keeping the pressure on test equipment suppliers to lower their ...
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Know the Nuances Of SSB Phase Noise

Feb. 24, 2009
Understanding phase noise in oscillators and synthesizers makes it easier when comparing the performance of different sources at different frequencies.
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Crystal Oscillators Continue To Shrink

Aug. 13, 2008
In addition to striving for higher levels of spectral purity and lower power consumption, crystal-oscillator manufacturers continue to pack their sources into smaller surface-...
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Crystal Oscillators Keep Time In Communications Systems

Aug. 14, 2007
The rapid evolution of military-electronics systems and commercial wireless communications has created expansive opportunities for crystal oscillators.