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## 8533AG-01LF Datasheet(PDF) 6 Page - Integrated Device Technology

 Part # 8533AG-01LF Description Different ial-to-3.3V LVPECL Fanout Buffer Download 17 Pages Scroll/Zoom 100% Manufacturer IDT [Integrated Device Technology] Direct Link http://www.idt.com Logo

## 8533AG-01LF Datasheet(HTML) 6 Page - Integrated Device Technology

 6 / 17 page8533-01 Data Sheet©2016 Integrated Device Technology, IncRevision F January 19, 20166ADDITIVE PHASE JITTERInput/Output Additive Phase Jit-ter at 156.25MHz = 0.06ps (typical)0-10-20-30-40-50-60-70-80-90-100-110-120-130-140-150-160-170-180-1901k10k100k1M10M100MThe spectral purity in a band at a speciﬁc offset from the fun-damental compared to the power of the fundamental is calledthe dBc Phase Noise. This value is normally expressed usinga Phase noise plot and is most often the speciﬁed plot in manyapplications. Phase noise is deﬁned as the ratio of the noisepower present in a 1Hz band at a speciﬁed offset from the fun-damental frequency to the power value of the fundamental.Thisratio is expressed in decibels (dBm) or a ratio of the power in theAs with most timing speciﬁcations, phase noise measurementshave issues. The primary issue relates to the limitations of theequipment. Often the noise ﬂoor of the equipment is higherthan the noise ﬂoor of the device. This is illustrated above. The1Hz band to the power in the fundamental. When the requiredoffset is speciﬁed, the phase noise is called a dBc value, whichsimply means dBm at a speciﬁed offset from the fundamental.By investigating jitter in the frequency domain, we get a betterunderstanding of its effects on the desired application over theentire time record of the signal. It is mathematically possible tocalculate an expected bit error rate given a phase noise plot.device meets the noise ﬂoor of what is shown, but can actuallybe lower.The phase noise is dependant on the input source andmeasurement equipment.OFFSET FROM CARRIER FREQUENCY (HZ)

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