TI's PECL buffer family offers a complete range of speeds and supply voltage options for communications, test and measurement, and medical applications

New PECL buffer is 67 percent faster to provide higher data throughput

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Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today introduced a family of eight positive emitter-coupled logic (PECL) buffers, translators and splitters for clock and data management. These devices provide flexibility by operating at various power supplies of 2.5 V, 3.3 V and 5 V. The SN65LVEP11 is a 3-GHz differential, 1 to 2 fanout buffer that can operate in either a 3.3-V or 2.5-V power supply, which enables lower power consumption designs. The SN65EL11 buffer provides higher data throughput up to 67 percent faster than competing solutions. The new PECL family is offered in a full range of speed grades from 430 MHz up to 3 GHz to meet the needs of a broad range of communications, test and measurement, and medical applications. For product details, see www.ti.com/sn65lvep11-pr.

PECL family features

- Industry-standard packages, footprints and pinouts
- Speeds ranging from 430MHz to 3GHz
- Support for 2.5V, 3.3V and 5V supply voltages

PECL family benefits

- Full range of speeds provide designers flexibility
- Power consumption can be saved by moving to lower Vcc platforms

Pricing and availability

TI's new PECL family is available online today. Details and suggested resale pricing are listed below for each device in 1000-piece quantities. Samples are available at www.ti.com/sn65lvep11-pr.

Find out more about TI's diverse interface portfolio:

- TI interface portfolio and Interface Selection Guide: www.ti.com/interface
- TI Clock PECL family: www.ti.com/clockpecl
- TI 10 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers: www.ti.com/ethernettransceivers
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