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Multiprotocol chipset offers enhanced ESD protection

Posted: 12 Aug 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:chipset multiprotocol? ESD? data trasnsceiver?

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX13170E multiprotocol data transceiver, the MAX13172E multiprotocol clock transceiver, and the MAX13174E multiprotocol termination IC. These three devices form a multiprotocol transceiver chipset that supports V.28 (RS-232), V.10/V.11 (RS-449/V.36, EIA-530, EIA-530A, X.21), and V.35 protocols. Designed using Maxim's next-generation, BiCMOS process technology, the chipset is a pin-compatible upgrade for the MXL1543B/MXL1544/MXL1344 chipset. The MAX13170E/MAX13172E/MAX13174E achieve higher V.35 and V.11 data rates (up to 20Mbit/s) and provide enhanced ESD protection, making them ideal for telecommunication, data networking/routing, and PCI card applications, says Maxim.

The MAX13170E/MAX13172E/MAX13174E operate from a single 5V supply, and are fully specified over the 0C to +70C commercial temperature range. The MAX13170E/MAX13172E are available in a 28-pin SSOP package, while the MAX13174E is packaged in 24-pin SSOP. Prices start at $5.13 (for 1,000 and up units).

When used together, the MAX13170E, MAX13172E, and MAX13174E form a complete multiprotocol transceiver chipset that supports V.28 (RS-232), V.10/V.11 (RS-449/V.36, EIA-530, EIA-530A, X.21), and V.35 protocols.





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