The FCT16952T 16-bit registered transceiver is built using advanced dual metal CMOS technology. These high-speed, low-power devices are organized as two independent 8-bit D-type registered transceivers with separate input and output control for independent control of data flow in either direction. For example, the A-to-B Enable (xCEAB) must be low to enter data from the A port. xCLKAB controls the clocking function. When xCLKAB toggles from low-to-high, the data present on the A port will be clocked into the register. xOEAB performs the output enable function on the B port. Data flow from the B port to A port is similar but requires using xCEBA, xCLKBA, and xOEBA inputs. Full 16-bit operation is achieved by tying the control pins of the independent transceivers together. The FCT16952T is ideally suited for driving high-capacitance loads and low-impedance backplanes. The output buffers are designed with power off disable capability allowing "live insertion" of boards when used as backplane drivers.
0.5 MICRON CMOS Technology
High-speed, low-power CMOS replacement for ABT functions
Typical tSK(o) (Output Skew) < 250ps
Low input and output leakage ≤1µA (max.)
High drive outputs (-32mA IOH, 64mA IOL)
Power off disable outputs permit “live insertion”
Typical VOLP (Output Ground Bounce) < 1.0V at VCC = 5V, TA = 25°C