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Datasheet Microchip SY89843UMG

ManufacturerMicrochip
SeriesSY89843U
Part NumberSY89843UMG

The SY89843U is a low jitter PECL, 2:1 differential input multiplexer (MUX) optimized for redundant source switchover applications

Datasheets

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    SY89843U Data Sheet
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    SY89843U
    Precision LVPECL Runt Pulse Eliminator 2:1
    MUX with 1:2 Fanout and Internal Termination General Description
    The SY89843U is a low jitter PECL, 2:1 differential input
    multiplexer (MUX) optimized for redundant source
    switchover applications. Unlike standard multiplexers,
    the SY89843U unique 2:1 Runt Pulse Eliminator (RPE)
    MUX prevents any short cycles or “runt” pulses during
    switchover. In addition, a unique Fail-Safe Input
    protection prevents metastable conditions when the
    selected input clock fails to a DC voltage (voltage
    between the pins of the differential input drops below
    100mV).
    The differential input includes Micrel’s unique, 3-pin
    input termination architecture that allows customers to
    interface to any differential signal (AC-or DC-coupled)
    as small as 100mV (200mVPP) without any level shifting
    or termination resistor networks in the signal path. The
    output is 800mV, 100K compatible LVPECL with fast
    rise/fall times guaranteed to be less than 190ps.
    The SY89843U operates from a 2.5V ±5% or 3.3V
    ±10% supply and is guaranteed over the full industrial
    temperature range of –40°C to +85°C. The SY89843U is ...

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Status

Lifecycle StatusProduction (Appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist)

Packaging

PackageVQFN
Pins24

Parametrics

Description2:2
Input MuxYes
Input TypeANY
Operating Temperature Range-40 to +85 °C
Output Frequency1.5 Max
Output TypeLVPECL
Runt Pulse EliminatorYes RPE
Supply Voltage2.5/3.3V V

Eco Plan

RoHSCompliant

Moldel Line

Series: SY89843U (2)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Clock and Timing > Clock and Data Distribution > Fanout Buffers

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