Santa Clara, CA--October 28, 1996--The Fairchild Division of National Semiconductor Corp. (Santa Clara, CA) introduced the GTLP16612 Universal Bus Transceiver.
This 18-bit CMOS integrated circuit combines a universal transceiver function with TTL-to-GTLP translation, and is intended to serve as an interface between circuit cards operating at relatively high TTL levels and a system backplane operating at the lower voltage levels of Gunning Transceiver Logic (GTL). The GTLP16612 uses controlled waveshaping to obtain higher communications backplane speed and lower EMI and transmission noise.
To assist designers in the implementation of GTLP technology, National provides a broad suite of design aides, including application support, application notes, IBIS, and SPICE simulation models.
The GTLP16612 is available now in a 56-pin SSOPII package. It is priced at $4 per unit in quantities of 1,000.
National's Customer Response Group
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