TI’s new PECL buffer family

Texas Instruments Incorporated 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 benefits include: full range of speeds provide designers flexibility and that power consumption can be saved by moving to lower Vcc platforms.
TI's new PECL family is available online today.

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