From: Vinu Arumugham (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 05 2001 - 13:18:34 PDT
Have you looked at Fairchild's VCX parts? You could run them at 1.8V and
terminate their outputs to Vtt=0.75V to keep the HSTL 1.5V inputs happy.
Likewise, you could terminate the 1.5V HSTL outputs to 0.9V and feed the
VCX part. There will be some timing penalty but for lab work it may be
Ray Anderson wrote:
> I need to kluge up a little test board with a
> HSTL class I (1.5 volt) driver and receiver to
> test out some interface schemes to a piece of
> test gear with LVDS i/o.
> So far the only chips I've been able to find
> with HSTL class 1 i/o are some FPGA's and such.
> All I want is a small, simple chip of some sort with
> the appropriate driver/receiver that I can use
> to do some simple tests with. Anyone have any ideas
> on any chips with HSTL-I i/o ???
> (too bad they don't make 74HSTL04's .....)
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