technology has come of age, offering a number of important benefits to designers of ultra-portable devices, including incremental improvements in product performance.
It is economically important for computer OEMs to maintain compatibility with the large installed base of LVDS
displays, even as they begin to use new processors that have replaced LVDS
outputs with DisplayPort.
The third LVDS
product is the SCAN921260UJB, a single chipset that incorporates six 1:10 deserialisers with IEEE 1149.
Ideal for applications requiring high-speed data transmission, such as digital copiers, laser printers, cellphone base stations, telecom switches, and network switches/routers, the AS1154/56 LVDS
ICs halve the supply current of competing products, improving the power consumption of LVDS
SerDes IPs are new additions to Mixel's existing family of SerDes products which includes 2nd generation, high performance, Giga-bit SerDes technology supporting a wide range of applications such as XAUI, SATA, PCI-Express, Fibre Channel, SONET-OIF, and backplane.
Each device features six LVPECL outputs, which operate up to the maximum VCO rate, as well as four/eight outputs which may be programmed to either LVDS
(four outputs max) or CMOS (eight outputs max) levels.
The comparator family supports all prevailing digital output stages--including LVDS
(low-voltage differential signaling), CML (current-mode logic) and TTL/CMOS (transistor-transistor-logic/complementary metal oxide semiconductor)--required by applications such as medical instruments, test and measurement, RF (radio frequency) and telecommunications equipment.
Ideal for applications requiring high-speed data transmission, such as digital copiers, laser printers, cellphone base stations, telecom switches, and network switches/routers, the AS1150-52 quad ICs halve the supply current of competing products, improving the power consumption of LVDS
Both devices combine ON Semiconductor's cutting-edge bipolar capability with an LVDS
-compatible output structure, enabling them to interface directly with LVDS
devices without sacrificing performance.
The NB7L32M is a divide by 2 Clock Divider with CML outputs that accepts differential LVPECL, CML, or LVDS
The high IF signal is digitized by the AD9445, and the LVDS
output interfaces seamlessly with the LVDS
input of the AD6636, a multi-channel wideband digital down-converter, which in turn is optimized for Analog Devices' TigerSHARC(R) digital signal processor.
output of the AD9444 interfaces seamlessly with the LVDS
support of the AD6636 multi-channel wideband digital down converter, which is optimized for Analog Devices' TigerSHARC(R) digital signal processor.