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Part Number: SN74CBT3384A
Having read several documents like e.g. "CBT-C, CB3T, and CB3Q Signal-Switch Families"
I'm still unsure whether to use a CB3T or CBT device for translating bi-drectional FPGA signals (3,3V) to a
5Volt system. Right now I'd prefer use a SN74CBT3384A as it is specified for up to 200MHz and seems to be
Any pointers/insights would be highly appreciated!
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In reply to Adam Torma:
As I understand the AVC-family is only 4,6Volt tolerant... I want to use an FPGA in a 5Volt environment.
Dear Adam,just as an additional note I'd like to point to this TI document:
So the question remains when to chose CB3T over CBT device for usage in level-switch applications.
In reply to user5112991:
Both the CBT and CB3T devices can be used for level shifting applications. The CBT device operates with a 5V supply and CB3T operates with a 3V supply. This reason to choose the difference between the two families for level shifting applications depends on the voltage domains you have in your system.
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