Features ■ Compact dimensions ■ High CV product, i.e. very compact ■ RoHS-compatible
Applications ■ General-purpose applications in the entertainment industry ■ Semi-professional to professional application range ■ For filtering, coupling and pulse circuits ■ Switch-mode power supplies
Construction ■ Radial leads ■ Charge-discharge proof, polar ■ Aluminum case with insulating sleeve ■
The SN75157 is a dual differential line receiver designed to meet Standards EIA/TIA-422-B and -423-B and ITU V.10 and V.11. It utilizes Schottky circuitry and has TTL-compatible outputs. The inputs are compatible with either a single-ended or a differential-line system. The device operates from a single 5-V power supply and is supplied in 8-pin dual-in-line and small-outline packages.
The SN75157 is characterized for operation from 0°C to
The devices described in this document are typically used as low–power, phase–locked loop frequency synthesizers. When combined with an external low–pass filter and voltage–controlled oscillator, these devices can provide all the remaining functions for a PLL frequency synthesizer operating up to the device’s frequency limit. For higher VCO frequency operation, a down mixer or a prescaler can be used between the VCO and the synthesizer
The MIC5156, MIC5157, and MIC5158 Super Low-Dropout (LDO) Regulator Controllers are single IC solutions for high current low-dropout linear voltage regulation. Super LDO™ Regulators have the advantages of an external N-channel power MOSFET as the linear pass element.
The MIC5156/7/8 family
Low-Power, Dual, 12-Bit Voltage-Output DACs with Configurable Outputs
The MAX5156/MAX5157 low-power, serial, voltage-output, dual 12-bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs)
consume only 500µA from a single +5V (MAX5156) or +3V (MAX5157) supply. These devices