LMK03328EVM Ultra-Low-Jitter Clock Generator EVM with 2 PLLs, 8 Differential Outputs, and 2 Inputs

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The LMK03328EVM evaluation module provides a complete clocking platform to evaluate the 100-fs RMS jitter performance and pin-/software-configuration modes and features of the Texas Instruments LMK03328 Ultra-Low-Jitter Clock Generator with Dual PLLs, 8 outputs, 2 inputs, and integrated EEPROM.

The LMK03328EVM can be used as a flexible, multiple-output clock source for compliance testing, performance evaluation, and initial system prototyping. The edge-launch SMA ports provide access to the LMK03328 clock inputs and outputs for interfacing to test equipment and reference boards using commercially available coaxial cables, adapters, or baluns (not included). This connectivity enables integrated system level testing between TI’s LMK03328 and third-party FPGA/ASIC/SoC reference boards. A software graphical user interface (GUI) platform can be installed on a Host PC to access the LMK03328 device registers and EEPROM via the on-board USB-to-I2C interface. The GUI platform can also be used to export / import Register and EEPROM data files to facilitate factory or in-system programming of custom device configurations.

Features
  • Two independent clock domains in Dual PLL operation for clocking multiple interface standards/protocols
  • Up to 8 pairs of Differential or 16 LVCMOS (1.8V) clock outputs, or any combination of both
  • Flexible device pin modes offer multiple start-up register configurations (jumper selectable)
  • Clock frequency margining: ±50 ppm adjustment of output frequencies via on-board pullable crystal
  • GUI platform for full access to LMK03328 registers and EEPROM

What's Included

  • LMK03328EVM
  • 3-ft. USB cable, Q362-ND


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LMK03328EVM:
LMK03328EVM Ultra-Low-Jitter Clock Generator EVM with 2 PLLs, 8 Differential Outputs, and 2 Inputs

$299.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 2191 05 Dec 2017
Application notes (2)
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PDF 1723 07 Jan 2016 325
PDF 1020 12 Dec 2015 152
User guides (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 6489 25 Aug 2015 714
PDF 3749 25 Aug 2015 170
PDF 11245 21 Jul 2014 1,797

Software (2)

Name Part Number Software Type
CodeLoader Software for Device Register Programming  CODELOADER  Application Software & Frameworks 

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (5)

Name Part Number Tool Type
CDCLVP1208 Evaluation Module  CDCLVP1208EVM  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
CDCM6208V1 Evaluation Module  CDCM6208V1EVM  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
LMK00301 Evaluation Board  LMK00301EVAL  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
LMK00804BEVM 4-Output Low-Jitter Differential/LVCMOS-to-LVCMOS Fanout Buffer Evaluation Board  LMK00804BEVM  Evaluation Modules & Boards 
LMK03806B Evaluation Board  LMK03806BEVAL  Evaluation Modules & Boards 

TI Devices (4)

Part Number Name Product Family
INA214  26-V, Bi-Directional, Zero-Drift, High Accuracy, Low-/High-Side, Voltage Out Current Shunt Monitor  Current Sense Amplifiers 
LMK03328  Ultra-Low Jitter Clock Generator Family With Two Independent PLLs  Clock Generators 
MSP430F5529  16-Bit Ultra-Low-Power Microcontroller, 128KB Flash, 8KB RAM, USB, 12Bit ADC, 2 USCIs, 32Bit HW MPY  MSP430 ultra-low-power MCUs 
TPS7A8001  Low-Noise, High-Bandwidth PSRR, 1A Low-Dropout Linear Regulator  Linear Regulator (LDO) 

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