IC RECLOCKER SD 4:1 MUX 48LLP

LMH0036SQE/NOPB

Manufacturer Part NumberLMH0036SQE/NOPB
DescriptionIC RECLOCKER SD 4:1 MUX 48LLP
ManufacturerNational Semiconductor
TypeReclocker
LMH0036SQE/NOPB datasheet
 

Specifications of LMH0036SQE/NOPB

ApplicationsSDTV/HDTVMounting TypeSurface Mount
Package / Case48-LLPOperating Temperature (max)85C
Operating Temperature (min)-40CPin Count48
MountingSurface MountLead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
Other namesLMH0036SQE/NOPBTR  
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Device Description
The LMH0036 SD SDI Reclocker with 4:1 Input Multiplexer is
used in many types of digital video signal processing equip-
ment. The LMH0036 supports the SMPTE 259M (C) stan-
dard, with a corresponding serial data rate of 270 Mbps. DVB-
ASI data at 270 Mbps may also be retimed. The LMH0036
retimes the serial data stream to suppress accumulated jitter.
It provides two low-jitter, differential, serial data outputs. The
second output may be selected to output either serial data or
a low-jitter serial data-rate clock. Controls and indicators are:
serial data-rate clock or second serial data output select,
manual rate select input, SD indicator output, lock detect out-
put, auto/manual data bypass and output mute.
Serial data inputs are CML and LVPECL compatible. Serial
data and data-rate clock outputs are differential CML and
produce LVPECL compatible levels. The output buffer design
can drive AC or DC-coupled, terminated 100Ω differential
loads. The differential output level is 800 mV
100Ω AC or DC-coupled differential loads. Logic inputs and
outputs are LVCMOS compatible.
The device package is a 48–pin LLP with an exposed die at-
tach pad. The exposed die attach pad is electrically connect-
ed to device ground (V
) and is the primary negative
EE
electrical terminal for the device. This terminal must be con-
nected to the negative power supply or circuit ground.
Serial Data Inputs, Serial Data and
Clock Outputs
SERIAL DATA INPUT AND OUTPUTS
The differential serial data inputs, SDI0-SDI3, accept 270
Mbps serial digital video data. The serial data inputs are dif-
FIGURE 1. Equivalent SDI Input Circuit (SDI[3:0], SDI[3:0])
ferential LVPECL compatible. These inputs are intended to
be DC interfaced to devices such as the LMH0074 adaptive
cable equalizer. These inputs are not internally terminated or
biased. The inputs may be AC-coupled if a suitable input bias
voltage is provided.
The LMH0036 provides four independent, multiplexed data
inputs. The active input channel is selected via the SEL0 and
SEL1 pins, as shown in Table 1. Figure 1 shows the equiva-
lent input circuit for SDI[3:0] and SDI[3:0].
The LMH0036 has two, retimed, differential, serial data out-
puts, SDO and SCO/SDO2. These outputs provide low jitter,
differential, retimed data to devices such as the LMH0001 or
LMH0002 cable driver. Output SCO/SDO2 is multiplexed and
can provide either a second serial data output or a serial data-
rate clock output. Figure 2 shows the equivalent output circuit
for SDO, SDO, SCO/SDO2, and SCO/SDO2.
The SCO_EN input controls the operating mode for the SCO/
SDO2 output. When the SCO_EN input is high the SCO/
±10% into
P-P
SDO2 output provides a serial data-rate clock. When
SCO_EN is low, the SCO/SDO2 output provides retimed se-
rial data.
Both differential serial data outputs, SDO and SCO/SDO2,
are muted when the OUTPUT MUTE input is a logic low level.
SCO/SDO2 also mutes when the Bypass mode is activated
when this output is operating as the serial clock output. When
muted, SDO and SDO (or SDO2 and SDO2) will assume op-
posite differential output levels. The CML serial data outputs
are differential LVPECL compatible. These outputs have in-
ternal 50Ω pull-ups and are suitable for driving AC or DC-
coupled, 100Ω center-tapped, AC grounded or 100Ω un-
center-tapped, differentially terminated networks.
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