ON Semiconductor launched a series of active clock generator ICs that manage electromagnetic interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) at the clock source, delivering system-wide EMI reduction of all clock dependent signals.
The P3MS650100H and P3MS650103H LVCMOS peak EMI reduction clock generators are intended for use in space-constrained applications such as portable, battery powered devices, including mobile phones and tablets where EMI/RFI can be a significant challenge and compliance with regulations is a prerequisite.
Housed in a miniature four-pin WDFN package measuring 1 mm x 1.2 mm x 0.8 mm, the P3MS650100H and P3MS650103H provide what On Semiconductor claims is the industry's smallest standalone active solution for reducing EMI/RFI at the clock source as well as downstream clock and data signals derived from the clock source.
The P3MS650100H and P3MS650103H support input voltages ranging from 1.8 volts (V) to 3.3 V, typical deviations of 0.45 percent to 1.4 percent, and reduction of EMI/RFI in clock sources with a frequency range of 15 megahertz MHz) to 60 MHz. Operating temperature range is -20 ļC to +85 ļC.
More ICs from this family targeting various frequency ranges and deviations are planned for release in the first quarter of 2012.
Pricing: $0.37 per unit in 10,000 unit quantities.
Availability: The P3MS650xxxH is offered in a four-pin WDFN package.
Datasheets: P3MS650100H and P3MS650103H