driving clock

driving clock

[′drīv·iŋ ‚kläk]
(engineering)
A mechanism for driving an instrument at a required rate.
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3 volts (V) differential HSTL/PECL to HSTL clock driver with LVTTL clock select and enable -- for use in driving clock signals across the backplane in the latest computer workstations, servers, networking equipment and telecom systems.
CLKBUFF: clock buffer driving clocks from COMMON to RX/TX