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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Challenges in the IEEE 1149.6 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).
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. California Micro Devices, 215 Topaz St., Milpitas, CA 95035; (408) 263-3214; Fax: (408) 263-7846; www.calmicro.com.
If an MCU's CAN output sends the transmitter a continuous logic 0 that exceeds a preset time, the timer turns off the transceiver's differential drivers, which returns the bus to its logic-1 (recessive) state.
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