IDT releases world’s first single-ended multi-output PLL clock generators using pMEMS technology
The devices enable customers to simplify their designs and reduce the bill-of-materials (BOM) in a myriad of general purpose applications, including industrial, cloud computing and mobile.
The IDT5V8001x and IDT5V8002x families are high-performance single- and dual-output ±50 ppm timing devices incorporating IDT’s CrystalFree pMEMS resonators. Combined with IDT’s ultra-low-power PLL technology, this family of devices provides two independent single-ended output frequencies at up to 200 MHz, allowing system designers to reduce component count, save board space, simplify trace routing, and lower testing costs. The multi-output devices consume up to 75 percent less power than competitive two-output spread spectrum-enabled MEMS timing solutions, making them well-suited for battery-powered portable devices or cooling-hungry enterprise datacenters. These pMEMS-based clock generators offer superb reliability in standard 3×3 mm QFN packaging and operate across the full industrial temperature range.
Some of the new clock generator devices feature spread spectrum capability that can be toggled using hardware select pins, allowing the designer to reduce electro-magnetic interference (EMI) in-system during compliance testing, rather than redesigning the whole board. In addition, the devices operate with only 75 ps of short-term cycle-cycle jitter, meeting the demands of high-performance PC and consumer markets.
The IDT IDT5V8001x and IDT5V8002x families are currently sampling to select customers.
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