Low Skew PCI/PCI-X Buffer

The 2304NZ-1 is a high-performance, low skew, low jitter PCI/PCI-X clock driver. It is designed to distribute high-speed signals in PCI/PCI-X applications operating at speeds from 0 to 140 MHz. The 2304NZ-1 is characterized for operation from -40°C to +85°C for automotive and industrial applications.

Features

  • Packaged in 8-pin TSSOP (4.4 mm body)
  • Frequency range of 0 to 140 MHz
  • Less than 100 ps skew between outputs
  • Distribute one clock input to one bank of four outputs
  • Operating voltage of 3.3 V ±10%
  • Available in commercial and industrial temperature ranges

Product Options

Orderable Part ID Part Status Pkg. Code Pkg. Type Lead Count (#) Temp. Grade Pb (Lead) Free Carrier Type Buy Sample
2304NZG-1LF Active PGG8 TSSOP 8 C Yes Tube Availability
2304NZG-1LFT Active PGG8 TSSOP 8 C Yes Reel Availability
2304NZGI-1LF Active PGG8 TSSOP 8 I Yes Tube Availability
2304NZGI-1LFT Active PGG8 TSSOP 8 I Yes Reel Availability

Technical Documentation

Title Other Languages Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
2304NZ-1 Datasheet Datasheet PDF 119 KB Oct 31, 2010
Application Notes & White Papers
AN-828 Termination - LVPECL Application Note PDF 229 KB Jul 5, 2016
AN-815 Understanding Jitter Units Application Note PDF 476 KB Apr 23, 2014
AN-842 Thermal Considerations in Package Design and Selection Application Note PDF 403 KB May 11, 2014
AN-840 Jitter Specifications for Timing Signals Application Note PDF 349 KB May 7, 2014
AN-834 Hot-Swap Recommendations Application Note PDF 67 KB May 5, 2014
AN-827 Application Relevance of Clock Jitter Application Note PDF 1.06 MB Apr 23, 2014
AN-805 Recommended Ferrite Beads Application Note PDF 38 KB Jan 14, 2014
Other
The IDT Consumer Products Advantage Overview PDF 4.01 MB Jun 30, 2017
The IDT Automotive Advantage Overview PDF 3.55 MB May 26, 2017
The IDT Communications Products Advantage Overview PDF 2.54 MB Feb 13, 2017
IDT Clock Generation Overview 日本語 Overview PDF 1.83 MB Apr 28, 2016
IDT Clock Distribution Overview 日本語 Overview PDF 3.79 MB Apr 24, 2016

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