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Si5322

General Purpose Jitter Attenuators

The Si5322 jitter attenuator combines third-generation DSPLL technology to enable any-frequency clock generation and jitter attenuation for applications requiring a high level of jitter performance. This device supports 2 input(s), 2 output(s) and has a maximum frequency output of 1050 MHz. The Si5322 delivers 0.6 ps rms phase jitter performance with 0 ppm error. The loop filter is fully integrated on-chip, eliminating the risk of noise coupling associated with discrete solutions. Further, the jitter attenuation bandwidth is digitally programmable, providing jitter performance optimization at the application level.

 
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Input and Output Frequency Min (MHz)

Phase Jitter RMS (ps)

Key Specs

 
Reference Inputs
2
Clock Outputs
2
Phase Jitter (ps)
0.6
Input Frequency Min (MHz)
19
Input Frequency Max (MHz)
707
Output Frequency Min (MHz)
19
Output Frequency Max (MHz)
1050
Output Format(s)
LVPECL; LVDS; CML; LVCMOS
Jitter Attenuator
Yes
PCI Express
No
Package
QFN36
Package Size (mm)
6x6
Reference Inputs
2
Clock Outputs
2
Phase Jitter (ps)
0.6
Input Frequency Min (MHz)
19
Input Frequency Max (MHz)
707
Output Frequency Min (MHz)
19
Output Frequency Max (MHz)
1050
Output Format(s)
LVPECL; LVDS; CML; LVCMOS
Jitter Attenuator
Yes
PCI Express
No
Package
QFN36
Package Size (mm)
6x6
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Company Name Silicon Laboratories, Inc.
Company Address 400 W. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX 78701
Date of Incorporation 1996
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