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Three Input, Thirteen Output, Clock Jitter Cleaner with Dual Cascaded PLLs and Integrated 2.5 GHz VC

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Features for the LMK04816BEVAL

  • Multi-mode: Dual PLL, single PLL, and clock distribution
  • Dual Loop PLLatinum PLL Architecture
    • PLL1
      • Holdover mode when input clocks are lost
        • Automatic or manual triggering/recovery
    • PLL2
      • Integrated Low-Noise VCO
  • 3 redundant input clocks with LOS
    • Automatic and manual switch-over modes
  • 50% duty cycle output divides, 1 to 1045 (even and odd
  • LVPECL, LVDS, or LVCMOS programmable outputs
  • Precision digital delay, fixed or dynamically adjustable
  • 25 ps step analog delay control
  • 13 differential outputs. Up to 26 single ended.
    • Up to 6 VCXO/Crystal buffered outputs
  • 0-delay mode

Description for the LMK04816BEVAL

The LMK04816 is the industry's highest performance clock conditioner with superior clock jitter cleaning, generation, and distribution with advanced features to meet next generation system requirements. The dual loop PLLatinumâ„¢ architecture enables 111 fs rms jitter (12 kHz to 20 MHz) using a low noise VCXO module or sub-200 fs rms jitter (12 kHz to 20 MHz) using a low cost external crystal and varactor diode.

The dual loop architecture consists of two high-performance phase-locked loops (PLL), a low-noise crystal oscillator circuit, and a high-performance voltage controlled oscillator (VCO). The first PLL (PLL1) provides a low-noise jitter cleaner function while the second PLL (PLL2) performs the clock generation. PLL1 can be configured to either work with an external VCXO module or the integrated crystal oscillator with an external tunable crystal and varactor diode. When used with a very narrow loop bandwidth, PLL1 uses the superior close in phase noise (offsets below 50 kHz) of the VCXO module or the tunable crystal to clean the input clock. The output of PLL1 is used as the clean input reference to PLL2 where it locks the integrated VCO. The loop bandwidth of PLL2 can be optimized to clean the far-out phase noise (offsets above 50 kHz) where the integrated VCO outperforms the VCXO module or tunable crystal used in PLL1.