Soldering crystals through wires

Hello, is that ok to connect a crystal(my is 433.42MHz) to a breadboard and then to solder jumper wires from a pcb to the crystal on the breadboard? I have a strange problem in my arduino project and i suspicious that maybe this is the problem. thanks and sorry for my bad english

Is that a receive crystal or transmit?

AJLElectronics: Is that a receive crystal or transmit?

Thanks for the comment, it's a transmit. But i solved the problem.

If it is a transmit, it is on an illegal frequency. The correct frequency for low power devices is 433.920MHz.

Quartz crystals don't go upto 433MHz...

MarkT: Quartz crystals don't go upto 433MHz...

That is a perfectly true statement!

AJLElectronics:
If it is a transmit, it is on an illegal frequency. The correct frequency for low power devices is 433.920MHz.

Not in EU, IIRC. By the way, to address the frequency comments from others, the crystal is a 32th overtone or PLL locked to the RF divided by 32, so the crystals are actually 13.56MHz.

433.420 is an amateur radio frequency and to all intents and purposes is SU17, not for low power control anywhere in Europe. 433.920 was set aside specifically for that purpose.