Ultrafast, SiGe, Open-Collector HVDS Clock/Data Buffer
The ADCLK914 buffer operates up to 7.5 GHz with a 160 ps propagation delay and adds only 110 fs random jitter (RJ).
The input has a center tapped, 100 Ω, on-chip termination resistor and accepts LVPECL, CML, CMOS, LVTTL, or LVDS (ac-coupled only). A VREF pin is available for biasing ac-coupled inputs.
The HVDS output stage is designed to directly drive 1.9 V each side into 50 Ω terminated to VCC for a total differential output swing of 3.8 V.
The ADCLK914 is available in a 16-lead LFCSP. It is specified for operation over the extended industrial temperature range of −40°C to +125°C.
- Clock and data signal restoration
- High speed converter clocking
- Broadband communications
- Cellular infrastructure
- High speed line receivers
- ATE and high performance instrumentation
- Level shifting
- Threshold detection
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Digital-to-Analog Converter ICs Solutions Bulletin, Volume 10, Issue 1
Termination of High-Speed Converter Clock Distribution Devices
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(Analog Dialogue, Vol. 42, February 2008)
Design A Clock-Distribution Strategy With Confidence
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... Much of your system's performance depends on jitter specifications, so careful assessment is critical.
Clock Requirements For Data Converters
(Electronic Design, 2/2005)