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ADN4697EBRZ - 

LVDS Driver, LVDS Transceiver, 130 ps, 24 mA, -40 °C, 85 °C, 3 V

ADN4697EBRZ - LVDS Driver, LVDS Transceiver, 130 ps, 24 mA, -40 °C, 85 °C, 3 V

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Manufacturer Part No:
ADN4697EBRZ
Newark Part No.:
82T3656
Product Range
ADN4697E Series
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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LVDS Transceiver
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130
:
24
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-40
:
85
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3
:
3.6
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SOIC
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14
:
200
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M-LVDS
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LVTTL, M-LVDS
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15
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Each
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ADN4697E Series
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-
:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The ADN4697EBRZ is a multipoint low voltage high speed differential signalling (M-LVDS) Transceiver can operate at up to 200Mbps (100MHz). The receivers detect the bus state with a differential input of as little as 50mV over a common-mode voltage range of -1 to 3.4V. ESD protection of up to ±15kV is implemented on the bus pins. The devices adhere to the TIA/EIA-899 standard for M-LVDS and complement TIA/EIA- 644 LVDS devices with additional multipoint capabilities. The ADN4697E is type-2 receivers exhibiting an offset threshold, guaranteeing the output state when the bus is idle or the inputs are open.
  • 30 to 55Ω Supported bus loads
  • Glitch free power-up/power-down on M-LVDS bus
  • Controlled transition times on driver output
  • Communication with 2V of ground noise
  • Driver outputs high-Z when disabled or powered-OFF
  • Enhanced ESD protection on bus pins
  • 200Mbps (100MHz) Switching rate

Applications

Communications & Networking, Clock & Timing, Wireless

Associated Products

No Longer Manufactured

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