Evaluation Kit for the MAX3681

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The MAX3681 evaluation kit (EV kit) simplifies evaluation of the MAX3681 622Mbps, SDH/SONET 1:4 deserializer. The EV kit requires only a single +3.3V supply and includes all the external components necessary to interface with 3.3V PECL and LVDS logic. The board can be connected directly to the output of a clock-and-data-recovery circuit (such as the MAX3675) and to the input of an LVDS device (such as an overhead termination circuit). A signal generator or stimulus system can be used with an oscilloscope, to evaluate the MAX3681's basic functionality.

Key Features

  • Single +3.3V Supply
  • Inputs and Outputs Terminated for Interfacing with 3.3V PECL and LVDS Logic
  • Fully Assembled and Tested


  • 622Mbps ATM/SONET Access Nodes
  • 622Mbps SDH/SONET Transmission Systems
  • Add/Drop Multiplexers
  • Digital Cross-Connects

Quality and Environmental Data

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