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Evaluation Kit for the MAX9424, MAX9425, MAX9426, MAX9427

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Not Recommended for New Designs


The MAX9424 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested surface-mount printed circuit (PC) board. The EV kit includes the MAX9424, a four-channel low-skew PECL/LVPECL-to-ECL/LVECL translator. The EV kit accepts differential PECL/LVPECL input signals and converts these differential ECL/LVECL signals at an operating frequency up to 3GHz.

The MAX9424 EV kit is a four-layer PC board with 50Ω controlled-impedance traces. It can also be used to evaluate the MAX9425/MAX9426/MAX9427 PECL/LVPECL-to-ECL/LVECL translators with different internal input and output terminations.

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Key Features

  • Controlled 50Ω Coplanar Impedance Traces
  • Output Trace Lengths Matched to < 1mil (25.4 x 10-3mm)
  • Frequency Range
    • 2GHz (min) at Asynchronous Mode
    • 3GHz (min) at Synchronous Mode
  • 32-Pin TQFP 5mm x 5mm Package
  • Surface-Mount Construction
  • Fully Assembled and Tested


  • Automated Test Equipment (ATE)
  • Central Office Backplane Clock Distribution
  • Data and Clock Driver and Buffer
  • DSLAM Backplane
  • Wireless Base Stations

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Document Ref.: 19-2473 Rev 0; 2002-06-13
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