General-purpose transceivers

Direction controlled buffers for re-driving signals

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Resolve common drive strength and high capacitive line issues with our portfolio of more than 400 general-purpose transceivers. General-purpose transceivers are utilized for re-driving bidirectional, direction-controlled signals and are available in 8-32 channel configurations. Application or protocol specific transceivers can be found in our interface portfolio.

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SN74ACT245-Q1
General-purpose transceivers

Automotive octal bus transceivers with TTL-compatible CMOS inputs and 3-state outputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.342

SN74AC245-Q1
General-purpose transceivers

Automotive octal bus transceiver with 3-state outputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.286

SN54SC245-SEP
General-purpose transceivers

1.2-V to 5.5-V, octal bus transceiver with 3-state outputs in space enhanced plastic

SN74AHC126-Q1
General-purpose transceivers

Automotive four-channel 2-V to 5.5-V buffers with tri-state outputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.111

SN74AHCT245-EP
General-purpose transceivers

Enhanced-product 5-V octal-bus transceiver with 3-state outputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 1

SN74AHCT245-Q1
General-purpose transceivers

Octal bus transceiver with tri-state outputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.208

Why choose our general purpose transceivers?

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Broad portfolio    

Fulfill your application needs with our broad portfolio of 400+ general purpose transceivers.

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Data bus solutions

Logic transceivers are bi-directional and include 3-state outputs to support back plane and other data bus applications. Our portfolio includes live insertion capable, bus hold and damping resistors.

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Latest industry standard qualifications

Our logic transceivers are trested and manufactured to meet quality requirements for industrial, automotive, military and space applications. 

Technical resources

Application note
Application note
An Overview of Bus-Hold Circuit and the Applications (Rev. B)
In systems that include complementary metal-oxide-semiconductors (CMOS) devices, designers must pay special attention to the operating conditions where the bus drivers are in an inactive, high-impedance condition (tri-state).
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Application note
Application note
Logic in Live-Insertion Applications With a Focus on GTLP
This application report discusses the cause and prevention of live-insertion and nanosecond-discontinuity effects, using both simulation and actual test measurements from a specially built GTLP EVM.
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Application note
Application note
High Speed Layout Guidelines (Rev. A)
This application report addresses high-speed signals, such as clock signals and their routing, and gives designers a review of the important coherences.
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