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Part Number: CDCLVD2102
I understand from the datasheet that the CDCLVD2102 is suitable for driving 100 ohm differential loads with its differential LVDS outputs. I would like to know if TI considers this part suitable to drive LVDS pairs over a long backplane (perhaps on the order of 15 inches) or would recommend it for such a purpose.
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