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?
Part Number: LMK1C1104 I would like to use the LMK1C1104 with either an LVCMOS or sinewave input at 40MHz. With a 3.3V supply, what is the MAXIMUM input slew rate, i.e., will it work with a sinewave? The data sheet only specifies minimum slew rate.
Part Number: LMK1C1104 My customer is looking at using the LMK1C1104 to drive some 100 MHz signals in a new design. They would be powered at 1.8V.
The input will be LVCMOS, 1.8V, over a 50 ohm line.
The outputs will drive 50 ohm lines to LVCMOS inputs…
Part Number: LMK1C1104 On page 11 of the datasheet there are graphs that show the phase noise at the buffer output given a specific input signal. Figure 10 shows reference phase noise and figure 11 shows output phase noise at 3.3v.
What seems strange…
Part Number: LMK1C1104 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CDC3S04 When using LMK1C1104, i got a problem. I have an pure input sin wave of frequency 10 megaherz, but the output signal looked like a periodic pulse and introduced more harmonic components like…