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DS90CP22M-8 - 

CAN Bus, 3 V, 3.6 V, SOIC

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS DS90CP22M-8

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Manufacturer Part No:
DS90CP22M-8
Order Code:
1286818
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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-40°C
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85°C
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16Pins
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SOIC
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3V
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Each
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3.6V
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The DS90CP22M-8 is a 2x2 Cross-point Switch utilizing LVDS (low voltage differential signalling) technology for low power, high speed operation. Data paths are fully differential from input to output for low noise generation and low pulse width distortion. The non-blocking design allows connection of any input to any output or outputs. LVDS I/O enable high speed data transmission for point-to-point interconnects. This device can be used as a high speed differential cross-point, 2:1 mux, 1:2 demux, repeater or 1:2 signal splitter. The mux and demux functions are useful for switching between primary and backup circuits in fault tolerant systems. The 1:2 signal splitter and 2:1 mux functions are useful for distribution of serial bus across several rack-mounted backplanes. The DS90CP22 accepts LVDS signal levels, LVPECL levels directly or PECL with attenuation networks. The individual LVDS outputs can be put into TRI-STATE by use of the enable pins.
  • Non-blocking "switch architecture"
  • Balanced output impedance
  • Configurable as 2:1 mux, 1:2 demux, repeater or 1:2 signal splitter
  • LVDS receiver inputs accept LVPECL signals
  • 800Mbps low jitter, low skew operation
  • <330mW Typical total power dissipation
  • 35ps Typical output channel-to-channel skew
  • 1.2ns Typical fast switch time
  • <±100mV Receiver input threshold

Applications

Communications & Networking

Warnings

Device has limited built-in ESD protection. The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic damage to the MOS gates.

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