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3D7418 Datasheet(PDF) 3 Page - Data Delay Devices, Inc.

Part No. 3D7418
Description  MONOLITHIC 8-BIT PROGRAMMABLE DELAY LINE (SERIES 3D7418 - LOW NOISE)
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Maker  DATADELAY [Data Delay Devices, Inc.]
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3D7418
Doc #02005
DATA DELAY DEVICES, INC.
3
6/17/02
3 Mt. Prospect Ave. Clifton, NJ 07013
APPLICATION NOTES (CONT’D)
The flexible 3D7418 architecture can be
exploited to conform to these more demanding
user-dictated accuracy constraints. However, to
facilitate production and device identification, the
part number will include a custom reference
designator identifying the user requested
accuracy specifications and operating conditions.
It is strongly recommended that the
engineering staff at DATA DELAY DEVICES
be consulted.
POWER SUPPLY AND
TEMPERATURE CONSIDERATIONS
The delay of CMOS integrated circuits is strongly
dependent on power supply and temperature.
The monolithic 3D7418 programmable delay line
utilizes novel and innovative compensation
circuitry to minimize the delay variations induced
by fluctuations in power supply and/or
temperature.
The thermal coefficient is reduced to 600
PPM/C, which is equivalent to a variation, over
the 0C-70 C operating range, of
±3% from the
room-temperature delay settings. The power
supply coefficient is reduced, over the 4.75V-
5.25V operating range, to
±1% of the delay
settings at the nominal 5.0VDC power supply
and/or
±2ns, whichever is greater.
It is essential that the power supply pin be
adequately bypassed and filtered. In addition,
the power bus should be of as low an
impedance construction as possible. Power
planes are preferred.
PROGRAMMED DELAY (ADDRESS)
UPDATE
A delay line is a memory device. It stores
information present at the input for a time equal
to the delay setting before presenting it at the
output with minimal distortion. The 3D7418 8-bit
programmable delay line can be represented by
256 serially connected delay elements
(individually addressed by the programming
data), each capable of storing data for a time
equal to the device increment (step time). The
delay line memory property, in conjunction with
the operational requirement of “instantaneously”
connecting the delay element addressed by the
programming data to the output, may inject
spurious information onto the output data stream.
In order to ensure that spurious outputs do not
occur, it is essential that the input signal be idle
(held high or low) for a short duration prior to
updating the programmed delay. This duration is
given by the maximum programmable delay.
Satisfying this requirement allows the delay line
to “clear” itself of spurious edges. When the new
address is loaded, the input signal can begin to
switch (and the new delay will be valid) after a
time given by tPDV or tEDV (see section below).
PROGRAMMED DELAY (ADDRESS)
INTERFACE
Figure 1 illustrates the main functional blocks of
the 3D7418 delay program interface. Since the
3D7418 is a CMOS design, all unused input pins
must be returned to well defined logic levels,
VCC or Ground.
TRANSPARENT PARALLEL MODE
(MD = 1, AE = 1)
The eight program pins P0 - P7 directly control
the output delay. A change on one or more of
the program
pins will be reflected on the output delay after a
time tPDV, as shown in Figure 2. A register is
required if the programming data is bused.
LATCHED PARALLEL MODE
(MD = 1, AE PULSED)
The eight program pins P0 - P7 are loaded by the
falling edge of the Enable pulse, as shown in
Figure 3. After each change in delay value, a
settling time tEDV is required before the input is
accurately delayed.
SERIAL MODE (MD = 0)
While observing data setup (tDSC) and data hold
(tDHC) requirements, timing data is loaded in
MSB-to-LSB order by the rising edge of the clock
(SC) while the enable (AE) is high, as shown in
Figure 4. The falling edge of the enable (AE)
activates the new delay value which is reflected
at the output after a settling time tEDV. As data is
shifted into the serial data input (SI), the previous
contents of the 8-bit input register are shifted out
of the serial output port pin (SO) in MSB-to-LSB
order, thus allowing cascading of multiple
devices by connecting the serial output pin (SO)
of the preceding device to the serial data input


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