DS92LV090ATVEH/NOPB

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DS92LV090ATVEH/NOPB

9 Channel Bus LVDS Transceiver

Packaging

Package | PIN: PM | 64
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tray
Qty Price
1-9 $8.81
10-24 $8.19
25-99 $7.91
100-249 $6.91
250-499 $6.57
500-749 $6.05
750-999 $5.43
1000+ $5.41

Features

  • Bus LVDS Signaling
  • 3.2 Nanosecond Propagation Delay Max
  • Chip to Chip Skew ±800ps
  • Low Power CMOS Design
  • High Signaling Rate Capability (Above 100 Mbps)
  • 0.1V to 2.3V Common Mode Range for VID = 200mV
  • ±100 mV Receiver Sensitivity
  • Supports Open and Terminated Failsafe on Port Pins
  • 3.3V Operation
  • Glitch Free Power Up/Down (Driver & Receiver Disabled)
  • Light Bus Loading (5 pF Typical) per Bus LVDS Load
  • Designed for Double Termination Applications
  • Balanced Output Impedance
  • Product Offered in 64 Pin LQFP Package
  • High Impedance Bus Pins on Power off (VCC = 0V)
  • Driver Channel to Channel Skew (Same Device) 230ps Typical
  • Receiver Channel to Channel Skew (Same Device) 370ps Typical

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Texas Instruments  DS92LV090ATVEH/NOPB

The DS92LV090A is one in a series of Bus LVDS transceivers designed specifically for the high speed, low power proprietary backplane or cable interfaces. The device operates from a single 3.3V power supply and includes nine differential line drivers and nine receivers. To minimize bus loading, the driver outputs and receiver inputs are internally connected. The separate I/O of the logic side allows for loop back support. The device also features a flow through pin out which allows easy PCB routing for short stubs between its pins and the connector.

The driver translates 3V TTL levels (single-ended) to differential Bus LVDS (BLVDS) output levels. This allows for high speed operation, while consuming minimal power with reduced EMI. In addition, the differential signaling provides common mode noise rejection of ±1V.

The receiver threshold is less than ±100 mV over a ±1V common mode range and translates the differential Bus LVDS to standard (TTL/CMOS) levels. (See Section for more details.)