Press Release Summary:
M2004-01 integrates PLL with VCSO SAW technology to provide ultra low jitter reference clocks. Translator is housed in 9 x 9 mm surface mount package, and is available at SONET/SDH and 10 GbE frequencies up to 700 MHz. It features 2 selectable reference clock inputs, serial or parallel programming of feedback and output frequency dividers, external loop filter elements, differential LVPECL outputs, and +3.3 V operation.
Original Press Release:
New M2004-01 Frequency Translator
SAW based Communications Clock Device Provides Less Than 1ps RMS Jitter
Worcester, Mass. Micro Networks, an Integrated Circuit Systems Company (NASDAQ - ICST) announces the New M2004-01 Frequency Translator. The M2004-01 integrates a high performance PLL
with VCSO SAW technology to provide ultra low jitter reference clocks, meeting a critical requirement for high speed SONET/SDH Optical and Transponder applications. The M2004-01 is packaged in a 9mm x 9mm surface mount package, and is smaller than most
existing VCSO solutions, while providing more functionality.
The PLL IC incorporates on-chip VCSO circuitry. The High Q SAW filter used to provide the low jitter performance is mounted off-chip within the 9mm x 9mm package. The output frequency of the device is factory set by installing a custom SAW filter of the
desired frequency. The frequency translator is available at SONET/SDH and 10GbE frequencies up to 700MHz.
The M2004-01 Frequency Translator features: ultra low jitter SAW frequency control, two selectable reference clock inputs, serial or parallel programming of feedback and output frequency dividers, external loop filter elements, differential LVPECL outputs and +3.3V operation.
Serial or parallel programming of the PLL feedback divider (6bits) and output divider (2bits) allow operation with a wide range of input reference frequencies and the ability to divide the VCSO frequency by 1, 2, 4, or 8.
The M2004-01 minimizes design and manufacturing problems associated with low jitter clock synthesis circuits, and helps reduce overall board space and circuit complexity while providing cost savings.
Integrated Circuit Systems, Inc. is a leader in the design, development, and marketing of silicon timing devices for communications, networking, computing and digital multimedia applications. The Company is headquartered in Valley Forge, PA, with key facilities in San Jose, CA; Tempe, AZ; Worcester, MA; and Singapore.