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TI unveils CDC3S04 sine-to-sine wave clock buffer

By on December 2, 2009

ti-cdc3s04In a bid to provide operational efficiency and reliability, Texas Instruments is now all set to hit the selves with its smallest and first device in the range of sine-wave clock buffers.’ Known as the CDC3S04, the low-power, 4-channel and low-jitter sine-to-sine wave clock buffer is claimed to make intelligent and skillful swapping of around 3 individual similar-frequency temperature compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs), decreasing board space and bill of materials up to half.

In addition, the designers can also employ the clock buffer (CDC3S04) in a wide variety of mobile apps, such as; ultra mobile PCs, mobile phones (GSM/WCDMA/UMTS), GPS (global positioning systems), navigation units and mobile internet devices.

Besides, the CDC3S04 also comes built-in with on-chip LDO, which is said to help make considerable hoarding of board space by diminishing the need for an internal low-dropout regulator. Whereas, its integrated 12C interface allows users to make an instant control of polarity, outputs and polarity internal cooling.

Apart from all that, the latest and the tiniest clock buffer is also claimed to distribute sine-wave signals to 4 separate devices while incorporating slight phase-noise, tapering off the interruption of electromagnetic.

The CDC3S04 is slated to be shipped during Q4 2009. The device is expected to be made available in small-footprint WCSP package (1.6 mm x 2.0 mm), an industry-leading. And if we talk about its pricing, the all new device comes with the price tag of around $1.80 in 1,000-unit quantities.

Texas Instruments is famous for developing new and avant-garde electronics. Customers can solve their lots of problems with the use of these electronics. All these products from the company boast of making the world healthier, smarter, safer, greener and come with a lot more fun.

The leading semiconductor company has its sales operation offices in over 30 countries and boasts of innovating by designing and manufacturing. And now with its first and smallest product the company wants to make a niche in the buffer markets. Let’s see what it has in store for us.

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