Most of the time I see oscillator datasheets or datasheets for parts requiring external oscillators, the oscillator output is AC coupled to the part it's driving through a 1000pF MLCC.
This datasheet: https://www.iqdfrequencyproducts.com/products/pn/LFTCXO073006Reel.pdf as an example says "A DC-cut capacitor is not built in to the oscillator; a 1000pF DC-cut capacitor is therefore required in the output line."
So my question is where does this value of 1000pF come from? In particular the above datasheet says "Drive Capability: 10kΩ//10pF".
I'm certain I must be missing something, but if the drive capacity is only 10pF then surely the 1000pF is too large to effectively couple of the 52MHz (in this case) output?