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2005-10-24 Serdes chipset converts 24 bits of data over one differential pair
National Semiconductor's latest high-speed, LVDS serializer/deserializer chipset can serialize 24 bits of data over a single differential pair in flat-panel display applications
2003-03-03 Pericom LVDS drivers support 660Mbps signaling
Pericom Semiconductor Corp. has announced the availability of a line of LVDS devices that support signaling rates of up to 660Mbps
2002-09-18 Murata choke coil allows fast signaling
Murata Electronics uses a precise winding technology in its low-cost common-mode choke coil series for Firewire/IEEE 1394, USB, low-voltage differential-signaling and other high-speed digital interfaces.
2009-06-03 Using signaling rate and transfer rate
This application note defines data signaling rate and data transfer rate, and it demonstrates the differences between them, with SN65LVDS386 and SN65LVDS387 16-channel low-voltage differential (LVDS) line drivers and receivers with random parallel data of various bandwidths as an example.
2009-01-22 Interfacing LVPECL 3.3V drivers with Xilinx 2.5V differential receivers
This application note describes how to interface 3.3V differential LVPECL drivers with Xilinx 2.5V differential receivers
2003-08-01 Specification targets clock distribution
Multipoint low-voltage differential signaling technology will fill this need to support clock distribution for future infrastructure equipment.
2005-07-20 SERDES cuts system cost
The new 14-bit low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) serializer/deserializer from Texas Instruments promises to save system cost and board space in consumer electronics products
2003-01-21 Oki, Thine Electronics to co-develop interface video memory
Oki Electric Ind. Co. Ltd and Thine Electronics Inc. have agreed to jointly develop a high-speed interface video memory which uses LVDS to interface between the controller and the memory.
2003-10-02 NSC announces availability of 18-bit LVDS serdes
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has released what it claims is the industry's first 18-bit LVDS serdes for comms systems.
2005-02-23 NI unveils two more digital waveform generators
NI said that automated test engineers can now use its new 400Mbps and 200Mbps digital waveform generator/analyzers to interface to LVDS devices using the PXI platform.
2002-01-24 National, TI team on transceivers to extend LVDS
National Semiconductor Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc. will work together on a series of data transceivers to increase the utility of LVDS.
2002-02-05 National Semiconductor bridge addresses 248 PHY ports
Supporting full bidirectional Utopia, the DS92UT16 Utopia-LVDS bridge features an extended cell support and built-in address translation, enabling the device to address as many as 248 PHY ports.
2002-07-22 National Semiconductor adopts RapidIO architecture
National Semiconductor Corp. has joined the RapidIO Trade Association.
2002-02-07 National LVDS ICs targeted at telecom, datacom apps
The company announced the availability of Boundary SCAN-compliant LVDS chips designed for telecom and high-speed data communication applications.
2004-11-25 National announces three new LVDS devices
National announced the addition of three new high-speed interface chips to its portfolio of LVDS products.
2005-08-15 LVDS buffer/repeaters extend signal integrity of FPGAs, ASICs
National Semiconductor's new high-performance buffer/repeaters for LVDS systems extend the signal reach of FPGAs and ASIC across backplanes and cables in telecom, datacom, industrial, medical, automotive and office imaging apps
2006-05-29 LVDS buffer suits low jitter apps
Micrel introduced the SY89835U, a 1:2 LVDS fanout buffer featuring internal termination and failsafe input in a 2-by-2mm 8-pin footprint.
2005-06-21 DMUX allows demultiplexing of Giga sampling rates into FPGAs
Atmel unveiled its new 10-bit demultiplexer with selectable 1:4 or 1:2 output ratios and a maximum clock frequency of 2.2GHz directly interfacing to Low Voltage Differential Signaling compatible FPGAs, DSPs and ASICs.
2010-11-24 Connect FPGA to ADC, DAC
Know how to use ISERDES and serializer OSERDES functionalities in Virtex-6 FPGAs to interface with ADCs with DACs.
2012-05-08 A primer on JESD204 standard for ADCs
Learn about this digital interface standard and its design implications.
2010-05-17 A closer look at LVDS
Defined in the ANSI/TIA/EIA-644 specification, LVDS is the most common differential interface
2005-09-27 LVDS and LVPECL repeater, translator with 45ps total jitter
Featuring low total jitter of 45ps, the new 4Gbps low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) and low-voltage pseudo emitter-coupled logic (LVPECL) repeater and translator from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) help ensure signal and clock integrity in various communications applications, including high-speed network routing, wireless base stations and 622MHz central office clock distribution, and they can also serve as translators in an array of consumer applications.
2005-03-16 Buffers blend low jitter, low power
Texas Instruments introduced eight new high gain output oscillator buffers measuring 2-by-2-by-0.55mm, which minimize jitter and power consumption.
2006-03-01 Serdes packaged in 5-by-5mm QFN
Texas Instruments has started to package its low-voltage differential signaling serializer/deserializer (Serdes) devices in a space-saving 5-by-5-mm QFN.
2006-02-02 New LVDS transceivers from National
National introduced five new extended temperature single and dual transmitters and receivers to the company's family of low-voltage differential signaling products.
2008-09-02 LVDS switches deliver up to 3.125Gbit/s transmit rate
National Semiconductor Corp. announced a new family of automotive-grade low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) 2 x 2 crosspoint switches that deliver the industry's best signal integrity and noise immunity at data transmission rates up to 3.125Gbit/s.
2007-12-06 Crosspoint switch promises high signal integrity
National Semiconductor has added two low-power, low-voltage differential signaling 2 x 2 crosspoint switches to its PowerWise energy-efficient product family.
2004-05-27 Analog Devices 8-bit ADC achieves linearity at 250MSPS
Analog Devices' new 8-bit ADC achieves a conversion rate of 250MSPS while maintaining a differential nonlinearity of 0.25LSB
2005-12-15 AFE captures HD content in camcorders
Analog Devices launched the flagship device in a family of AFEs for HD image/video processing apps with a low-voltage differential signaling interface that is said to boost signal conversion performance by 30 percent.
2005-10-21 VXS board packs dual 2.2GS/s A/D channels
The new Quixilica Neptune 2 VXS from TEK Microsystems combines field programmable gate arrays with dual 2.2GS/s data conversion channels.
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