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Clock generation devices improve timing accuracy, increase design flexibility for consumer applications

Phoenix, Ariz. — ON Semiconductor expanded their clock generation portfolio with PureEdge; a family of phase lock loop (PLL)-based devices. The first PureEdge devices available are the NB3N3001 and NB3N3011. Creating LVPECL, sub-picosecond (ps) jitter quality clocks at 100 MHz, 106.25 MHz, and 212.5 MHz, these devices are suitable for Fibre Channel and Serial ATA (SATA) applications. The NB3N3001 uses a reference crystal to generate a differential LVPECL output clock at 106.25 MHz or 212.5 MHz, while the NB3N3011 uses generates a differential LVPECL clock signal of 100 MHz or 106.25 MHz. They both provide a typical root mean square (RMS) phase jitter of less than 0.3 ps and noise floor of -135 dBc/Hz at 100 kilohertz (KHz) offset from the carrier frequency.

Packaging and Pricing
Packaged in a lead free (Pb-free) TSSOP-8 package, the NB3N3001 and NB3N3011 are budgetary priced at $1.50 USD per unit in 2,500 unit quantities

Availability: Now
Pricing: $1.50 each in 2,500-piece quantities
Data Sheets: NB3N3001, NB3N3011

ON Semiconductor, 602-244-6600, www.onsemi.com

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