Features and Benefits
- User-Programmable Square-Wave Generator
- Frequencies Programmable from 260kHz to 133MHz
- 2% or 4% Selectable Dithered Output
- Glitchless Output-Enable Control
- 2-Wire Serial Interface
- Nonvolatile Settings
- 5V Supply
- No External Timing Components Required
- Power-Down Mode
- 10kHz Master Frequency Step Size
- EMI Reduction
The DS1086 EconOscillator™ is a programmable clock generator that produces a spread-spectrum (dithered) square-wave output of frequencies from 260kHz to 133MHz. The selectable dithered output reduces radiated-emission peaks by dithering the frequency 2% or 4% below the programmed frequency. The DS1086 has a power-down mode and an output-enable control for power-sensitive applications. All the device settings are stored in nonvolatile (NV) EEPROM memory allowing it to operate in stand-alone applications.
- Cable Modems
- Cell Phones
- Computer Peripherals
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Evaluation Kits (1)
Maxim Analog Essentials is a collection of peripheral modules which can plug directly into any FPGA/CPU expansion port which follows the Pmod™ standard established by Digilent, Inc. The collection includes modules containing a wide variety of commonly used analog and mixed signal functions. The modules are supported by software which includes FPGA configuration files for three popular FPGA platforms: Avnet LX-9, Digilent Nexys 3 and Avnet ZEDBoard, as well as example programs to exercise and demonstrate each module. While the example programs demonstrate the module’s functionality, they are well partitioned and documented allowing the core routines to be easily cut and pasted into your own programs. The combination of plug-in simplicity and easy software integration allows for quick migration from idea to working prototype.
Documentation & Resources
DS1086 Reliability Data1/12/2023
Reduce the Chances of Human Error: Part 2, Super Amps and Filters for Analog Interface3/8/2011
Automotive Applications for Silicon Spread-Spectrum Oscillators6/8/2005
The Effects of Adjusting the DS1086L's Dither Span and Dither Frequency on EMC Measurements12/4/2003
Using Spread Spectrum Oscillators to Reduce Radiated Emissions in Consumer Products5/29/2003
Using the DS1086 as a Microcontroller Clock to Reduce EMI1/9/2003
2-Wire Communication Using LabVIEW9/9/2002
How Delay Lines Work8/30/2002
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