3.3V/5V Clock Rate Adapter

Telecom Clock Adapters for T1 and E1 Rate Conversion

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The DS21610 is a multirate, low-jitter clock adapter that converts E-carrier and T-carrier clocks to multiple PDH carrier clock rates. Two clock outputs are available that are frequency-locked to the input clock. The clock outputs along with an 8kHz framesync output can be phase-aligned to a frame-sync input. The device is backward compatible with the LXP610 and operates from either a 3.3V or 5V supply. All modes of operation include a standard 8kHz output.
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Key Features

  • Direct Replacement for LXP610SE
  • Converts E-Carrier Clock Rates to T-Carrier Clock Rates
  • Converts T-Carrier Clock Rates to E-Carrier Clock Rates
  • 3.3V or 5V Supply
  • Low Jitter Output
  • Multiple Output Clocks Synchronized to Input Clock
  • 8kHz Frequency-Locked Output for all Operation Modes
  • No External Components Required
  • 16-Pin SO and 28-Pin PLCC
  • Industrial Temperature Range: -40ºC to +85ºC

Quality and Environmental Data

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