Part Number: LSF0108
I am considering using the LSF0108RKS for QSPI transaction, but I want to know if this is the best option.
The QSPI interface will be between a 3.3V controller and 1.8V SPI flash.
The way QSPI will operate is that first, the controller will own the 4 data lines (IO[3:0]) for the first byte. Following the first byte, the slave will have control of the 4 data lines. We will be operating this bus at 25MHz.
Is this the best device to use for this application (and will it work)? Are there any better options available?
Any help would be much appreciated!
[FAQ] Are there voltage translation device recommendations for industry standard interfaces like GPIO, SPI, UART, I2C, MDIO, RGMII, I2S etc? recommends the TXB0106, which does not need external pull-up resistors.
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