Product News: Electronic Components & Devices
RF Clock IC offers optimal jitter performance, output speed.
Press Release Summary:
November 13, 2012 -
Supplied in 48-lead LFCSP, AD9525 achieves absolute broadband RMS jitter of 83 fs (1 kHz to 100 MHz offset) at 245.76 MHz, including jitter contribution from external VCO, and supports up to 3.6 GHz output speed. IC operates from 3.3 supply and over -40°C to 85°C range and offers 8 LVPECL and 1 LVPECL SYNC outputs. With 25 ps output-to-output skew, product suits communications and instrumentation equipment that require high-speed data conversion and optimized SNR performance.
Original Press Release
RF Clock IC Achieves Industry's Best Jitter Performance and Fastest Output Speed to Meet Demands of High-Speed Data Converters
Press release date: October 30, 2012
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Key Features of the AD9525 RF Clock IC
• RMS jitter:
- 83 fs @ 245.76 MHZ (1 kHz to 100 MHz)
- 46 fs @ 245.76 MHz (12 kHz to 20 MHz)
• Maximum output speed: 3.6 GHz
• Output-to-output skew: 25 ps
• Number of outputs: 8 LVPECL and 1 LVPECL SYNC
• Supply voltage: 3.3 V
|Product||Availability||Operating Temperature Range||Price each in 1,000 quantity||Packaging|
|AD9525||NOW||-40°C to 85°C||$8.33||48-lead LFCSP|
The AD9525 RF Clock complements ADI’s high-speed data converter portfolio.
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