Programmable Clock Family Squires New Siblings

Integrated Device Technology’s VersaClock 6E line of programmable clock generators adds several new features, capabilities, and options including output frequencies in the kilo-Hertz range and an optional integrated crystal. The enhancements make the IDT® VersaClock 6E viable for datacenter and networking equipment, as well as industrial test and measurement devices, digital video recorders (DVR), professional video displays and other consumer-oriented communications applications with stringent cost, power consumption, and low-jitter requirements.

 

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  • Output frequencies extend down to the kHz range – This allows designers to use the VersaClock 6E in audio, real-time clock (RTC) and other applications requiring very precise synchronization and high-performance outputs.
  • Optional integrated crystal – The space-saving advantages of its optional integrated crystal, combined with a calibrated input that eliminates on-board crystal issues, makes the VersaClock6E ideal for high-end consumer, video, communications and other applications with limited board space.  

IDT's VersaClock 6E line of programmable clock generators is currently comprised of four devices – the 5P49V6965, 5P49V6967, 5P49V6968, and 5P49V6975 – which are available today. Save some clock time and checkout the VersaClock 6E datasheets.

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