Miami, Fla. Designed for synchronization of optical networking equipment, PLLs, synthesizers, and other telecom applications, Raltron Electronics Corp.'s new Model SY13 "Frequency and Phase Lock" detector is designed to monitor and determine if two external input signals are synchronized in phase or in frequency.
Housed in a surface-mount 8-pad package, the module is designed to show synchronization status (LVCMOS logic high) if the phase difference of the two signals is constant. Out of synch indication is steady if the two frequencies are more than ±500 ppb apart. Output is logic high if signals are in synch or logic low if signals are out of synch, or if one is missing. The input signals are LVPECL up to 155.52 MHz and can be adapted to LVCMOS (3.3V, 2.5V, 1.8V, 1.5V) for lower input frequencies.
The 3.3 Vdc SY13 has a typical current consumption of 75 mA with an input frequency of 155.52 MHz over the temperature range of -20°C to 70°C. The unit's compact size, measuring .420 x .420 inches make it ideal for integration in high-density equipment designs.
Pricing for the SY13 is less than $10 each in quantities of 1,000. Delivery is four to six weeks.
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