LVDS, M-LVDS & PECL ICs

Solve your high-speed data transmission challenges with our broad portfolio of LVDS devices

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Deliver and distribute data faster and more reliably with our robust portfolio of LVDS, M-LVDS and PECL serializers, deserializers, drivers, receivers, transceivers and buffers. Our devices offer high noise immunity, minimal EMI and low power for use in a wide variety of applications.

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LVDS SerDes

Browse our broad portfolio of LVDS serializers, deserializers, buffers, drivers, receivers and cross-points for bridging, signal distribution, reach extension and level translation.

LVDS buffers, drivers & more

Browse our broad portfolio of LVDS serializers, deserializers, buffers, drivers, receivers and cross-points for bridging, signal distribution, reach extension and level translation.

M-LVDS drivers & receivers

High-speed multipoint drivers and receivers for applications requiring multiple devices interconnected on a single transmission line, support data rates up to 250 Mbps and are IEC 61000-4-2 compliant.

PECL & LVPECL drivers & receivers

High-speed drivers and receivers enable level translation to and from PECL and LVPECL in high-speed communications.

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Isolated LVDS buffers

Our portfolio of high-performance, isolated dual-LVDS buffers feature 8-kVPK reinfored isolation voltage to help increase reliability and save board space in your design.

Technical resources

Design guide
Design guide
LVDS Owner's Manual Design Guide, 4th Edition
Browse the industry’s go-to guide for low-voltage differential signaling.
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Video series
Video series
Learn the fundamentals of LVDS 
TI's LVDS training series is a quick and interactive way to refresh on everything LVDS. This video series covers a number of topics including LVDS topologies, use cases, performance and more.
Application note
Application note
An Introduction to M-LVDS and Clock and Data Distribution Applications
Dive into M-LVDS and the benefits of data and clock distribution with differential multipoint topologies.  
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