Press Release Summary:
Self-contained Model PRL-414B is a 1:4 TTL fanout line driver that delivers precision clock and logic signals from DC to 100 MHz to multiple loads over long lines. With 50 ohm line drivers, outputs of PRL-414B can drive up to 100 ft of 50 ohm cables at clock rates greater than 80 MHz. Typical output rise and fall times are 2 ns. Applications include data acquisition monitoring and synchronous triggering of multiple devices.
Original Press Release:
Pulse Research Labs Introduces Revolutionary 1:4 TTL Fanout Line Driver
TORRANCE, CA - November 1, 2002 - Pulse Research Labs (PRL) announces the new 1:4 TTL Fanout Line Driver, the PRL-414B, for high-speed testing and systems integration. This unique device can deliver precision clock and logic signals from DC to 100 MHz to multiple loads over long lines. With 50 ohm line drivers, the outputs of the PRL-414B can drive up to 100 ft. of 50 ohm cables at clock rates greater than 80 MHz. Typical output rise and fall times are 2 ns. Applications include delivering precision clock signals to a number of test stations in the lab, data acquisition monitoring, and synchronous triggering of multiple devices.
The PRL-414B was developed to give engineers the ability to deliver up to four identical signals over long lines while preserving timing integrity and amplitude.
The Fanout Line Driver module is self-contained and complete with AC/DC adapter. All I/O's are DC coupled and have BNC connectors. Optional accessories for mounting multiple units and/or for sharing the power supply are available. Pulse Research Lab also offers voltage distribution modules, which allow sharing of a single AC/DC adaptor with a maximum of four PRL 414-B Fanout Line Driver units.
The PRL-414B is the latest in a line of affordable, useful, Basic Lab Tools. They are designed to streamline the engineer's work by providing ready-to-use devices which simplify the testing process.
Pulse Research Lab, an independent lab established in 1990, provides innovative solutions for high-speed communications systems testing. The company offers high-performance, affordable Basic Lab Tools and prototyping tools to professional electrical engineers, scientists, and technicians. Founder, David Kan, states, "PRL's charter has been to listen to our customers' problems and provide solutions. We've proudly and successfully been doing this for over twelve years."
For more information, please visit www.pulseresearchlab.com/fanout