Part Number: LMK1C1104 Hi，
Our circuit used LMK1C1104 devices. Our processor requires three 50MHz CMOS clocks at 1.8V. The design is as follows. Please help to check whether there is any problem with this design. Thank you very much.
Part Number: LMK1C1104 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMK1C1103 , LMK1C1102 Hello,
I have one question regarding the LMK1C1104.
The datasheet specifies that the unused outputs can be left floating, but are there any drawbacks to it compared to having…
Part Number: LMK1C1104 The customer is consulting for solution as a clock buffer.
Input clk frequency 19.2MHz, 1.15V
output 19.2MHz 1.2V
Do you have a preferred one to promote here?
Thanks for your help
Part Number: LMK1C1104 I am wondering if it is safe to apply a voltage or clock to the CLKIN pin when device is upowered (VDD = 0 V)?
I see that the Absolute Maximum Ratings section says the voltage can be -0.5 to 3.6 V, regardless of VDD, so I am assuming…
Part Number: LMK1C1104 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CDCV304 , , CDCE949 Hello,
Does the clock input (general all inputs) provide clamping diode(s) to Vdd? Currently we are powering the clock buffer via electronic switch (+3.3V switched). The clock input…
Part Number: LMK1C1104 Hi,
in customer's application, the input signal is not a periodic one but a single step which is a 3.3V last for 100ns.
what the outputs will be like? can we get four same signals from output pins? thank you!
Part Number: LMK1C1103 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMK1C1102 , LMK1C1104 The product page mentions the LMK1C110x is pin compatible, but the datasheet shows NC for pin 7 of the LMK1C1103. Is it ok to connect pin 7 to pin 8 and 5?