[volt-nuts] Generating a square waveform 2Gbps

Rob Klein rob.klein at smalldesign.nl
Sun Apr 18 15:35:03 UTC 2010

   As someone who considers anything above 100MHz as Black Magic, I'm
   afraid I can't really help you.
   Most Volt-Nuts are bound to be more DC oriented anyway, so I would
   advise you to post your query
   on [1]the Time-Nuts list. Lots of folks with multi-GHz experience
   Do you actually require those ten signals to be individually
   controllable/configurable, or would some sort
   of distribution amplifier, driven from your generator, do?
   Best regards,
   AlBundy schreef:

Hi list:

I have reading this list some months, but always in "read-only mode".
This is my first post.

My work is a bit strange: I make endurance test on electronic
components, comparing characteristics
of the samples before and after the tests.

My work now is with a module that needs differential input signal
(LVDS) at 2Gbps.
Normally we use a commercial pulse pattern generator with differential
capabilities to test only one module each time,
but now we need to generate 10 modules simultaneously.

I have searching integrated circuits working as oscillators able to
generate signals up to Gbps, but
I can only find commercial circuits up to Mbps.

Could you give some good indication, please?

Best regards

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