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5P49V5935 Datasheet(PDF) 5 Page - Integrated Device Technology

Part No. 5P49V5935
Description  Generates up to four independent output frequencies
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Maker  IDT [Integrated Device Technology]
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REVISION B 07/13/15
5
PROGRAMMABLE CLOCK GENERATOR
5P49V5935 PRELIMINARY DATASHEET
OTP Interface
The 5P49V5935 can also store its configuration in an internal
OTP. The contents of the device's internal programming
registers can be saved to the OTP by setting burn_start
(W114[3]) to high and can be loaded back to the internal
programming registers by setting usr_rd_start(W114[0]) to
high.
To initiate a save or restore using I2C, only two bytes are
transferred. The Device Address is issued with the read/write
bit set to “0”, followed by the appropriate command code. The
save or restore instruction executes after the STOP condition
is issued by the Master, during which time the 5P49V5935 will
not generate Acknowledge bits. The 5P49V5935 will
acknowledge the instructions after it has completed execution
of them. During that time, the I2C bus should be interpreted as
busy by all other users of the bus.
On power-up of the 5P49V5935, an automatic restore is
performed to load the OTP contents into the internal
programming registers. The 5P49V5935 will be ready to
accept a programming instruction once it acknowledges its
7-bit I2C address.
Availability of Primary and Secondary I2C addresses to allow
programming for multiple devices in a system. The I2C slave
address can be changed from the default 0xD4 to 0xD0 by
programming the I2C_ADDR bit D0. VersaClock 5
Programming Guide
provides detailed I2C programming
guidelines and register map.
SD/OE Pin Function
The polarity of the SD/OE signal pin can be programmed to be
either active HIGH or LOW with the SP bit (W16[1]). When SP
is “0” (default), the pin becomes active LOW and when SP is
“1”, the pin becomes active HIGH. The SD/OE pin can be
configured as either to shutdown the PLL or to enable/disable
the outputs. The SH bit controls the configuration of the
SD/OE pin The SH bit needs to be high for SD/OE pin to be
configured as SD.
When configured as SD, device is shut down, differential
outputs are driven High/low, and the single-ended LVCMOS
outputs are driven low. When configured as OE, and outputs
are disabled, the outputs are driven high/low.
Table 5: SD/OE Pin Function Truth Table
Output Divides
Each output divide block has a synchronizing POR pulse to
provide startup alignment between outputs divides. This
allows alignment of outputs for low skew performance. This
low skew would also be realized between outputs that are
both integer divides from the VCO frequency. This phase
alignment works when using configuration with SEL1, SEL0.
For I2C programming, I2C reset is required.
An output divide bypass mode (divide by 1) will also be
provided, to allow multiple buffered reference outputs.
Each of the four output divides are comprised of a 12 bit
integer counter, and a 24 bit fractional counter. The output
divide can operate in integer divide only mode for improved
performance, or utilize the fractional counters to generate a
clock frequency accurate to 50 ppb.
Each of the output divides also have structures capable of
independently generating spread spectrum modulation on the
frequency output.
The Output Divide also has the capability to apply a spread
modulation to the output frequency. Independent of output
frequency, a triangle wave modulation between 30 and 63kHz
may be generated.
For all outputs, there is a bypass mode, to allow the output to
behave as a buffered copy of the input.
SD/OE Input
SP
SH
OEn
OSn
Global Shutdown
OUTn
SH bit SP bit OSn bit OEn bit SD/OE
OUTn
0
0
0
x
x
Tri-state2
0
0
1
0
x
Output active
0
0
1
1
0
Output active
0
0
1
1
1
Output driven High Low
0
1
0
x
x
Tri-state2
0
1
1
0
x
Output active
0
1
1
1
0
Output driven High Low
0
1
1
1
1
Output active
1
0
0
x
0
Tri-state2
1
0
1
0
0
Output active
1
0
1
1
0
Output active
1
1
0
x
0
Tri-state2
1
1
1
0
0
Output active
1
1
1
1
0
Output driven High Low
1x
x
x
1
Output driven High Low 1
Note 1 : Global Shutdown
Note 2 : Tri-state regardless of OEn bits


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