Overview

Features and Benefits

  • Low cost
  • 33 x 17, fully differential, non-blocking array
  • >1.5 Gbps per port NRZ data rate
  • Wide power supply range: +5 V, +3.3 V, -3.3 V, -5 V
  • Low power
    400 mA (outputs enabled)
    30 mA (outputs disabled)
  • PECL and ECL compatible
  • CMOS/TTL-level control inputs: 3 V to 5 V
  • Low jitter: <50 ps p-p
  • No heat sinks required
  • Programmable output current
    Optimize termination impedance
    User controlled voltage at the load
    Minimize power dissipation
  • Individual output disable for busing and building
  • Larger arrays

Product Details

AD8150 is a member of the Xstream line of products and is a breakthrough in digital switching, offering a large switch array (33 x 17) on very little power, typically less than 1.5 W. Additionally, it operates at data rates in excess of 1.5 Gbps per port, making it suitable for HDTV applications. Further, the pricing of the AD8150 makes it affordable enough to be used for SD applications as well. The AD8150 is also useful for OC-24 optical network switching.

The AD8150's flexible supply voltages allow the user to operate with either PECL or ECL data levels and will even operate down to 3.3 V for further power reduction. The control interface is CMOS/TTL compatible (3 V to 5 V).

Its fully differential signal path reduces jitter and crosstalk while allowing the use of smaller single-ended voltage swings.

The AD8150 is offered in a 184-lead LQFP package that operates over the industrial temperature range of 0°C to +85°C.

Product Lifecycle icon-not-recommended Not Recommended for New Designs

This designates products ADI does not recommend broadly for new designs.

Design Resources

ADI has always placed the highest emphasis on delivering products that meet the maximum levels of quality and reliability. We achieve this by incorporating quality and reliability checks in every scope of product and process design, and in the manufacturing process as well.  "Zero defects" for shipped products is always our goal.

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