The M660-02 is a dual SAW, selectable frequency VCSO frequency source for low-jitter clock generation. An integrated SAW (surface acoustic wave) delay line implements the high-Q VCO (voltage controlled oscillator) function, which results in low output phase noise and very low jitter. The M660-02 is available in a range of center frequencies from 500 to 700MHz.
◆ Two integrated SAW devices
◆ Selectable output frequency
◆ Supports multi-rate optical interface requirements
◆ VCSO center frequencies from 500 to 700 MHz
(Specify center frequency at time of order)
◆ Low phase jitter 0.19ps rms typical (50kHz-80MHz)
◆ Low phase noise -70dBc/Hz @ 1kHz offset
◆ Differential 3.3V LVPECL output
◆ Single 3.3V Power Supply
◆ Small 9 x 14mm SMT (surface mount) package
The following data sheets contain information obtained directly from the manufacturer’s installation instruction manuals. Within each application there are specific requirements that detail how the Power Electronic Equipment should be installed and the proper overcurrent protection that has been tested and approved by certified testing agencies.
The TDA3827 contains a single FM demodulator with SCART switches, a mute function and volume control.
• Wide Supply voltage range from 4.5 V to 13.2 V
• Wide frequency range from 4 to 12 MHz
• High ripple rejection
• High precision and temperature compensated FM-demodulator output
• Multiple-input AF operational Amplifiers with offset compensation
• SCART AF input / AF output (low impedance)
• External AF input
• High-level AF output voltage with low distortion
• External selection of the source selector AF gain
• Low switching noise between AF and mute
• Wide volume-control range
• Compact packaging supports slimmer set designs
• Series designed from 20 up to 100 W (200 W) and pin compatibility (120 to 200 W have 18 pins)
• Simpler heat sink design facilitates thermal design of slim stereo sets
• Current mirror circuit application reduce distortion to 0.08 %
• Supports addition of electronic circuits for thermal shutdown and load-short protection circuit as well as pop noise muting which occurs when the Power Supply switch is turned on and off.