ANALOG DEVICES INC. ADN4624 Quad-Channel LVDS 2.5 Gigabit Isolator | Featured Product Spotlight
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ANALOG DEVICES INC. ADN4624 Quad-Channel LVDS 2.5 Gigabit Isolator
Analog Devices’ ADN4624 is a quad-channel signal isolated, low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) buffer that operates at up to 2.5 Gbps with very low jitter.
The device integrates Analog Devices iCoupler® digital isolator technology, enhanced for high speed operation to provide drop-in galvanic isolation of LVDS signal chains.
Compliant to TIA/EIA-644-A signal levels, the device couples differential signals applied to the LVDS receiver inputs across the isolation barrier to the outputs on the other side and re-transmits the bit stream or clock as LVDS.
AC coupling and/or level shifting to the LVDS receivers and from the LVDS drivers allows isolation of other high speed signals such as current mode logic (CML).
The ADN4624 includes a refresh mechanism to monitor the input and output states and ensure they remain the same in the absence of data transitions.
For lower power consumption and high speed operation with low jitter, the LVDS and isolator circuits rely on 1.8 V supplies.
The ADN4624 is fully specified over a wide industrial temperature range and is available in a 28-lead, wide body, fine pitch SOIC-FP package with 8.3 mm creepage and clearance for 5.7 kVrms surge and impulse voltages.
The ADN4624 can be prototyped with the EVAL-ADN4624EB1Z evaluation board to be readily implemented in isolated video and image systems, analog front-end isolation, data plane isolation, multi-gigabit SERDES, and board-to-bard optical replacement applications.
For more information on Analog Devices’ ADN4624, visit Mouser.com.
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