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Part Number: CDCE913-Q1
We are looking for a jitter cleaner for DS90UB927-Q1 differential input clock, which is about 58MHz, do we have suitable solution?
As far as I can tell, all of our automotive clocking products are CMOS output. Unless a non-automotive product will work, we have no solution for this at this time.
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In reply to Derek Payne:
What is the part number of non auto version solution?
In reply to Fery Feng:
You could try something like LMK04208 used in 0-delay mode. 0-delay mode corrects the phase offset between input and output, so that the output phase is preserved. This seems helpful for inserting a jitter cleaner on the clock line.
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