I am planning to use the CDCE62002 Clock Generator. Now I am wondering if CDCE62002 can use a sinewave as refclk input.
Are there any documents about this topic?
See if this helps you. CDCM7005 is similar device as CDCE62002
that should be absolutely no problem. Just make sure you meet the minimum input swing requirements as defined in the data sheet page 8-9.
best regards, Fritz
the CDCM7005 is an excellent performing clock jitter cleaner but it requires an external VCXO, which adds cost to the system. For systems that only need to generate a clean reference clock from a crystal or systems that need a jitter cleaner but can tolerate jitter in the order of 1ps rms the CDCE62002 and the CDCE62005 are excellent devices to minimize the overal system cost.
Best regards, Fritz
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