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Universal clock buffers offer ultra low jitter

Universal clock buffers offer ultra low jitter

Texas Instruments has introduced two new ranges of universal clock buffers.

The CDCLVC1310 LVCMOS clock buffer is said to deliver an industry leading phase noise floor of –169dBc/Hz in crystal mode, while the LMK00101/05 has a low system additive jitter rated at 25fs. TI says the module improves signal to noise performance, simplifies system design and reduces bom cost by 50%.

The LMK00301/04/06/08 differential ended series has a low additive jitter of 51fs and is said to improve system link performance with double the flexibility of the nearest competitive device. It features a universal output architecture with built in voltage level and signal translators, which eliminate the need for interface logic and external components.

The new ranges are targeted at applications including networking and data communications, medical imaging, test and measurement and radar.

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Laura Hopperton

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