BLVDSBus Low-Voltage Differential Signaling
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First in a series, low-power device translates a BLVDS backplane
First in a planned series of clock-driver devices, the DS92CK16 translates one BLVDS (bus low-voltage differential signaling) input signal into six TTL-compatible output signals for adjacent chips on the same board.
To help performance in this non-ideal environment, National design engineers implemented a Gradual Turn On (GTO) BLVDS driver which is less sensitive than a very fast signal to a non-ideal environment.