Part Number: TXS0102 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LSF0102 Hi Team,
My customer noticed a big price difference between TXS0102 and LSF0102. May I ask why there is a large price difference? Is it because which functions of TXS0102 are more prominent…
Part Number: TXS0102 Dear Jimmy
Could you help to check if this chip can run as 6Mhz on SMI bus?(MDC and MDIO)
If not, if there has a P2P solution to support it?
Bus: SMI bus
Part Number: TXS0102 Hi expert,
Customer used TXS0102 for 1.8V to 3.3. For Vil, DS spec minimum is 0 but customer measured negative value e.g. -40mV or -150mV. Though it's still within absolute rating, is any concerns?
Part Number: TXS0102 Hi team，
ASUS project M6500X use TXS0102 as an I2C level shift. See from the datasheet, the device has a built-in pull-up 10k resistor inside, and a one shot mechanism that bypasses the 10k pull-up resistor, when testing, the one shot…
Part Number: TXS0102 Hi team,
customer wants to know how does this device recognize open-drain or push pull signal?
or it does recognize?
since there's a integrated pull-up 10kohm, does this will affect push-pull condition?
I assume that the gate bias setting for the TXS0102 follows similar concept.
The TXS0102 datasheet (SCES640I –JANUARY 2007–REVISED OCTOBER 2018), pg 15 contains below statement
"The VGATE gate bias of the N-channel pass transistor…
Part Number: TXS0102 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TXU0202 We have two processors connected together through two UART channels. We are using the TXS0102DQMR to translate between 3.3V and 1.8V. IT seems pretty simple, but we are seeing a slightly odd…
Part Number: TXS0102 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DP83867IR , 2N7001T , TXU0101 Hi,
I am using the TXS0102 device on the MDIO interface between Xilinx SOC device and the TI DP83867 Phy device (Phy device located on external board connected via 1.5 feet…