Aeroflex Colorado Springs unveils UT7R2XLR816 clock network manager

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., 12 Dec. 2009. Aeroflex Colorado Springs announced production of its UT7R2XLR816 Clock Network Manager, featuring eight independently programmable output banks. Bank programmability includes: frequency, I/O type (LVDS or CMOS), polarity, skew, and voltage.

Posted by Courtney Howard

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., 12 Dec. 2009. Aeroflex Colorado Springs announced production of its UT7R2XLR816 Clock Network Manager, featuring eight independently programmable output banks. Bank programmability includes: frequency, I/O type (LVDS or CMOS), polarity, skew, and voltage.

Aeroflex's first clock product, the UT7R995, supplied four programmable output banks and began production in 2006.

Aeroflex's UT7R2XLR816 is a flexible clock network management device, supplying up to 16 clock outputs over eight banks, with independent power supplies for each bank (+2.25V to +3.6V), giving the user greater flexibility in multi-voltage systems. Additionally, outputs can be configured as LVCMOS or standard LVDS pairs. An adjustable phase feature allows the control of phase on each output bank with respect to the reference clock.

Applications, such as high-altitude avionics, satellites, x-ray cargo scanners, test and measurement, networking, telecommunications and mass storage can take advantage of the UT7R2XLR816's low jitter (< 50ps), wide operating range (24MHz to 200MHz), and a total dose tolerance of 100 krads(Si).

The UT7R2XLR816 Clock Network Manager is available as QML Q and V for HiRel applications and has been assigned SMD #5962-08243. Prototypes are available along with an evaluation board to support design development and debug. Production parts are priced at $1825.00 for 100 quantity QML Q.

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