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2x2 Crosspoint Switch : LVPECL Outputs


Package | PIN: PW | 16
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tube
Qty Price
1-9 $9.94
10-24 $8.94
25-99 $8.35
100-249 $7.49
250-499 $6.99
500-749 $6.08
750-999 $5.26
1000+ $5.16


  • High Speed 2x2 LVPECL Crosspoint Switch
  • LVDS Crosspoint Switch Available in SN65LVCP22
  • 50 ps (Typ), of Peak-to-Peak Jitter With PRBS = 223- 1 Pattern
  • Output (Channel-to-Channel) Skew Is 10 ps (Typ), 50 ps (Max)
  • Configurable as 2:1 Mux, 1:2 Demux, Repeater or 1:2 Signal Splitter
  • Inputs Accept LVDS, LVPECL, and CML Signals
  • Fast Switch Time of 1.7 ns (Typ)
  • Fast Propagation Delay of 0.75 ns (Typ)
  • 16 Lead SOIC and TSSOP Packages
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to 85°C
    • Gigabit Ethernet Redundant Transmission Paths
    • Gigabit Interface Converters (GBICs)
    • Fibre Channel Redundant Transmission Paths
    • HDTV Video Routing
    • Base Stations
    • Protection Switching for Serial Backplanes
    • Network Switches/Routers
    • Optical Networking Line Cards/Switches
    • Clock Distribution

Texas Instruments  SN65LVCP23PW

The SN65LVCP23 is a 2x2 LVPECL crosspoint switch. The dual channels incorporate wide common-mode (0 V to 4 V) receivers, allowing for the receipt of LVDS, LVPECL, and CML signals. The dual outputs are LVPECL drivers to provide high-speed operation. The SN65LVCP23 provides a single device supporting 2:2 buffering (repeating), 1:2 splitting, 2:1 multiplexing, 2x2 switching, and LVDS/CML to LVPECL level translation on each channel. The flexible operation of the SN65LVCP23 provides a single device to support the redundant serial bus transmission needs (working and protection switching cards) of fault-tolerant switch systems found in optical networking, wireless infrastructure, and data communications systems. TI offers an additional gigabit repeater/translator in the SN65LVDS101.

The SN65LVCP23 uses a fully differential data path to ensure low-noise generation, fast switching times, low pulse width distortion, and low jitter. Output channel-to-channel skew is less than 10 ps (typ) and 50 ps (max) to ensure accurate alignment of outputs in all applications. Both SOIC and TSSOP package options are available.