[volt-nuts] Generating a square waveform 2Gbps
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Sat May 1 15:05:02 UTC 2010
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Rob Klein <rob.klein at XXXXXXX> wrote:
> 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 the Time-Nuts list. Lots of folks with multi-GHz experience
First, soory the delay in the answer. Thank you very much for your help.
I didn't know Volt-Nuts was restricted to low-frequency topics.
I have read my own question, and I think it is not very well composed
for the Time-Nuts list level. I will try to recompose my question and
will post it in Time-Nuts.
> Do you actually require those ten signals to be individually
No, i don't have this requirement. I can use the same generator for the
ten devices (directly, or with 10 buffers if the generator is not capable
of deliver the signal).
My problem is I would prefer the cheapest solution, with integrated circuits;
I can not afford to buy (or to rent) ten commercial laboratory generators.
> or would some sort
> of distribution amplifier, driven from your generator, do?
It would be an interesting solution. The problem is that I can not find LVDS
integrated-circuit drivers in Gbps range.
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