TUSB214-Q1 USB 2.0 High Speed Signal Conditioner with BC1.2 CDP (Rev. A)
SLLSF36A – August2017 – revisedSeptember 2017
- Qualified for Automotive Applications:
- Device Temperature Grade 2: –40°C to 105°C Ambient Operating Temperature
- Device HBM Classification Level H1C
- Device CDM Classification Level C3
- Compatible with USB 2.0, OTG 2.0 and BC 1.2
- Pin strap or I2C configurable
- BC1.2 Charging Downstream Port (CDP) controller
- Support for LS, FS, HS signaling
- Ultra-low USB Disconnect and Shutdown Power Consumption
- Selectable Signal Gain Via Daisy Chain Device for High Loss Applications
- D1P/M and D2P/M Interchangeable and Host/Device Agnostic
- Supports up to 5m pre-channel or 2m post-channel Cable Length
- Four Selectable AC Boost Settings Via External Pulldown Resistor
- DC Boost Along With AC Boost for Best Signal Integrity
- Automotive Infotainment
- Docking Stations
- Cell Phones
- Active Cable, Cable Extenders
The TUSB214-Q1 is a USB High-Speed (HS) signal conditioner, designed to compensate for ISI signal loss in a transmission channel.
TUSB214-Q1 has a patent-pending design which is agnostic to USB Low Speed (LS) and Full Speed (FS) signals. LS and FS signal characteristics are unaffected by the TUSB214-Q1 while HS signals are compensated.
Programmable signal AC boost and DC boost permits fine tuning device performance to optimize High Speed signals at the connector. This helps to pass USB High Speed electrical compliance tests.
In addition, TUSB214-Q1 is compatible with the USB On-The-Go (OTG) and Battery Charging (BC) protocols. The TUSB214-Q1 provides BC1.2 Charging Downstream Port (CDP) controller for applications in which USB host or hub do not have this support.
Device Information (1)
|PART NUMBER||PACKAGE||BODY SIZE (NOM)|
|TUSB214-Q1||X2QFN (12)||1.60 mm x 1.60 mm|
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