Campus & branch switches

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Campus & branch switches

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create campus and branch switches with higher bandwidth and low power consumption. Use the interactive reference diagram below to design modern, high-speed campus and branch switches to support the connectivity needs of today's Ethernet switch fabric with our power-over-Ethernet (POE), microcontroller, interface, physical interface device (PHY) and power management products.

Design requirements:

Modern campus and branch switches require:

  • POE capability to support the latest .bt standard.
  • Multi-gigabit GbE transceivers that provide best-in-class signal integrity.
  • Small footprint with low-power consumption.

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Application note How to use the LMK05318 as a jitter cleaner 27 Feb 2019
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Application note Glitch free power sequencing with AXC level translators (Rev. A) 20 Sep 2018
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Application note Supported synchronization modes for TI network synchronizers (Rev. A) 11 May 2022
Application note Optimizing Network Switch Designs with Common Logic Use Cases (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
Analog Design Journal Understanding thermal-resistance specification of DC/DC convert. w/ MOSFETs 08 Jan 2018
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White paper Internally compensated advanced current mode (ACM) (Rev. A) 07 Dec 2018
Analog Design Journal Comparing internally-compensated advanced current mode (ACM) w/ D-CAP3™ control (Rev. A) 06 Nov 2018
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