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The CDCLVC11xx family is a low additive jitter LVCMOS buffer solution that can operate up to 250 MHz at and 180 MHz at VDD = 2.5 V. Low output skew as well as the ability for asynchronous output enable is featured to simultaneously enable or disable buffered clock outputs as necessary in the application.
The CDCLVC11xx shown in Figure 10 is configured to fan out a 100-MHz signal from a local LVCMOS oscillator. The CPU is configured to control the output state through 1G.
The configuration example is driving three LVCMOS receivers in a backplane application with the following properties:
Refer to Figure 5 and the Electrical Characteristics table to determine the appropriate series resistance needed for matching the output impedance of the CDCLVC11xx to that of the characteristic impedance of the transmission line.
Unused outputs can be left floating. See the Power Supply Recommendations section for recommended filtering techniques.
The low additive jitter of the CDCLVC11xx can be shown in the previous application example. The low-noise 100-MHz XO with 26-fs RMS jitter drives the CDCLVC11xx, resulting in 86-fs RMS jitter when integrated from 12 kHz to 20 MHz. The resultant additive jitter is a low 82-fs RMS for this configuration.