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SY58610U Datasheet(PDF) 5 Page - Micrel Semiconductor

Part No. SY58610U
Description  3.2Gbps Precision, LVPECL 2:1 MUX with Internal Termination and Fail Safe Input
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Maker  MICREL [Micrel Semiconductor]
Homepage  http://www.micrel.com
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Micrel, Inc.
SY58610U
November 2006
5
M9999-111406-A
hbwhelp@micrel.com or (408) 955-1690
AC Electrical Characteristics
(8)
VCC = +2.5V ±5% or +3.3V ±10%, RL = 50Ω to VCC-2V; Input tR/tF < 300ps, TA = –40°C to +85°C, unless otherwise
stated.
Symbol
Parameter
Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units
NRZ Data
3.2
Gbps
fMAX
Maximum Frequency
VOUT > 400mV
Clock
2.5
3
GHz
VIN: 100mV-200mV
180
340
470
ps
Propagation Delay
IN-to-Q
VIN: >200mV
140
290
370
ps
tPD
SEL-to-Q
150
450
ps
Input-to-Input Skew
Note 9, 10
5
20
ps
tSkew
Part-to-Part Skew
Note 11
150
ps
Data
Random Jitter
Note 12
1
psRMS
Deterministic Jitter
Note 13
10
psPP
Clock
Cycle-to-Cycle Jitter
Note 14
1
psRMS
tJitter
Total Jitter
Note 15
10
psPP
tR, tF
Output Rise/Fall Times
(20% to 80%)
At full output swing.
40
100
130
ps
Duty Cycle
Differential I/O
47
53
%
Notes:
8.
High-frequency AC-parameters are guaranteed by design and characterization.
9
Input-to-input skew is the time difference between the two inputs to one output, under identical input transitions.
10
Input-to-Input Skew is included in IN-to-Q propagation delay.
11. Part-to-part skew is defined for two parts with identical power supply voltages at the same temperature, same transition edge, and no skew at
the edges at the respective inputs.
12. Random jitter is measured with a K28.7 pattern, measured at ≤ fMAX.
13. Deterministic jitter is measured at 2.5Gbps with both K28.5 and 2
23–1 PRBS pattern.
14. Cycle-to-cycle jitter definition: the variation period between adjacent cycles over a random sample of adjacent cycle pairs. tJITTER_CC = Tn –Tn+1,
where T is the time between rising edges of the output signal.
15. Total jitter definition: with an ideal clock input frequency of ≤ fMAX (device), no more than one output edge in 10^12 output edges will deviate by
more than the specified peak-to-peak jitter value.


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