differential driver

differential driver

(hardware)
An electronic device (commonly an integrated circuit), containing two amplifiers, used to drive a differential line.
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The second version of the SoC, the MxL93543, which delivers 800mV of peak-to-peak differential driver output swing, can be easily paired with an external laser driver implemented in alternate optical technologies such as silicon photonics.
6 implementation of detecting a shorted capacitor between the differential driver and receiver pins.
The differential driver that drives a signal on a differential pair has two output pins that create two different voltages on each of the two signal lines, with respect to their common return path.
FIGURE 7 shows a topology that includes a differential driver (U1), transmission lines (T1, T2, T3 and T4), termination resistor (Rt) and a differential receiver (U2).
The AD7176-2 can be designed into circuits together with ADI's single-supply, low-noise, low-offset AD8656 CMOS amplifier and single supply, attenuating input stage, AD8475 differential driver.
It comprises a differential driver (U1), transmission lines (T1, T2, T3 and T4), termination resistor (Rt) and differential receiver U2.
The series termination resistors preserve signal integrity; and they are offered in three values -- 15[ohm], 22[ohm] and 33[ohm], allowing cable impedance to be matched with that of the differential driver.
GigOptix's GX6262 driver is a high performance 28Gbps differential driver capable of more than 7Vpp differential output for use in driving 40G differential DQPSK InP modulators as well as 100G Dual Polarity Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (DP-QPSK) and 100G Optical Duobinary (ODB) modulators.
The GX6261 is a high voltage differential driver for 40G DQSPK Mach-Zehnder modulators used in long-haul and metro optical transponders.
When combined with Inphi's recently introduced 2811DZ differential driver in surface-mount technology, customers will have a cost-effective, complete transmit and receive solution for next-generation 40G DQPSK systems.
The differential driver produces a single-ended output voltage up to 2.
Along with its cost, space and time-to-market advantages, the EL4544 allows system designers to send and switch RGB video over standard CAT-5 cabling when used in combination with the EL4543 differential driver with embedded sync encoding.

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