[volt-nuts] Generating a square waveform 2Gbps
rob.klein at smalldesign.nl
Mon May 3 19:08:34 UTC 2010
First, soory the delay in the answer. Thank you very much for your help.
No problem, I know thing can get busy sometimes :-)
I didn't know Volt-Nuts was restricted to low-frequency topics.
Whoa! I certainly didn't mean to imply that you question was in any way
off-limits. I merely pointed
out that when we talk "Volts" on this list, it's most commonly high
accuracy DC and that Time-Nuts
would therefore be more likely to get you answers (a few of which might
even be useful ;-) ), that's all.
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.
Mmh, somehow, I can well understand that ;-)
It would be an interesting solution. The problem is that I can not find LVDS
integrated-circuit drivers in Gbps range.
Well, black art or no, your question did pique my interest and I had a
look round. ON semi have 1:10 clock
distribution circuits that can go up to 3 GHz. They're PECL out, so
you'd probably need a lever translator,
like TI's SN65LVDS20. It seems like there is stuff out there,
question is if you can get it "in here".
Good luck and best regards,
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