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ManufacturerMicrochip
SeriesSY58038U
Part NumberSY58038UMY

The SY58038U is a low-jitter, low-skew, high-speed 8:1 multiplexer with a 1:2 differential fanout buffer optimized for precision telecom and enterprise server distribution applications

Datasheets

  • Download » Datasheet, PDF, 1.1 Mb, 11-11-2015
    SY58038U Data Sheet
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    SY58038U
    Ultra-Precision, 8:1 MUX with Internal
    Termination and 1:2 LVPECL Fanout Buffer
    Precision Edge® General Description
    The SY58038U is a low-jitter, low-skew, high-speed 8:1
    multiplexer with a 1:2 differential fanout buffer optimized
    for precision telecom and enterprise server distribution
    applications. The SY58038U distributes clock frequencies
    from DC to 3.5GHz, and data rates to 4.5Gpbs guaranteed
    over temperature and voltage.
    The SY58038U differential input includes Micrel’s unique,
    3-pin input termination architecture that directly interfaces
    to any differential signal (AC-or DC-coupled) as small as
    100mV without any level shifting or termination resistor
    networks in the signal path. The outputs are 800mV, 100K
    compatible LVPECL with extremely fast rise/fall times
    guaranteed to be less than 100ps.
    The SY58038U features a patented isolation design that
    significantly improves channel-to-channel crosstalk
    performance.
    The SY58038U 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 SY58038U is ...

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Status

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

Packaging

PackageVQFN
Pins44

Parametrics

Description8:01
Input TypeANY
Operating Temperature Range-40 to +85 °C
Output Data Rate4.5 Max
Output Frequency5 Max
Output TypeLVPECL
Propagation Delay500 Max
Supply Voltage2.5/3.3V V
Within Device Skew15 Max

Eco Plan

RoHSCompliant

Moldel Line

Series: SY58038U (2)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Clock and Timing > Clock and Data Distribution > Multiplexers
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