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Texas Instruments DS25BR400 Quad 2.5Gbps CML Transceiver w/Transmit De-Emphas & Receive Equal (Rev. I) Datasheet
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DS25BR400 Quad 2.5 Gbps CML Transceiver with Transmit
De-Emphasis and Receive Equalization
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FEATURES
DESCRIPTION
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The DS25BR400 is a quad 250 Mbps – 2.5 Gbps
CML transceiver, or 8-channel buffer, for use in
backplane and cable applications. With operation
down to 250 Mbps, the DS25BR400 can be used in
applications requiring both low and high frequency
data rates. Each input stage has a fixed equalizer to
reduce ISI distortion from board traces. The
equalizers are enabled through two control pins.
These control pins provide flexibility in applications
where ISI distortion may vary from one direction to
another. All output drivers have four selectable steps
of de-emphasis to compensate for transmission loss.
The de-emphasis blocks are also grouped in fours. In
addition, the DS25BR400 also has loopback control
capability on four channels. All the CML drivers have
50Ω termination to VCC. All receivers are internally
terminated with differential 100Ω.
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250 Mbps – 2.5 Gbps Low Jitter Operation
Optional Fixed Input Equalization
Selectable Output De-Emphasis
Individual Loopback Controls
On-Chip Termination
+3.3V Supply
Lead-Less WQFN-60 Pin Package
– (9 mm x9 mm x0.8 mm, 0.5 mm Pitch)
−40°C to +85°C Industrial Temperature Range
6 kV ESD Rating, HBM
APPLICATIONS
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Backplane or Cable Driver
Signal Buffering and Repeating
OA0
OA1
OA2
OA3
OB0
OB1
OB2
OB3
IB0
IB1
IB2
IB3
PreA_0
PreA_1
PreB_0
PreB_1
Connector
FPGA
IA0
IA1
IA2
IA3
Connector
Simplified Application Diagram
IA0
IA1
IA2
IA3
OA0
OA1
OA2
OA3
OB0
OB1
OB2
OB3
IB0
IB1
IB2
IB3
PreA_0
PreA_1
PreB_0
PreB_1
Lossy Backplane
or Cable Interconnect
EQA
EQB
FPGA
EQA
EQB
NOTE
All CML inputs and outputs must be AC coupled for optimal performance.
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Functional Block Diagram
EQB
Port 0/1
OB_0+-
EQB
IB_0+-
EQB
IB_1+-
PreB
OB_1+PreB
EQB
LB0
EQA
OA_0+IA_0+-
EQA
PreA
OA_1+-
IA_1+-
EQA
PreA
LB1
EQA
EQB
Port 2/3
OB_2+-
EQB
IB_2+-
EQB
IB_3+-
PreB
OB_3+PreB
EQB
LB2
EQA
OA_2+IA_2+-
EQA
PreA
OA_3+-
IA_3+-
EQA
PreA
LB3
EQA
PreA
PreB
EQA
EQB
VDD
PreA_0
PreA_1
PreB_0
Pre-Emphasis
Control
Equalizer
Enable
Control
RSV
PreB_1
EQA
2
GND
EQB
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OB_0+
OB_0-
GND
IB_0-
IB_0+
56
55
54
53
52
51
LB0
VCC
57
GND
IA_0-
58
OA_0+
IA_0+
59
VCC
RSV
60
OA_0-
EQA
Connection Diagram
50
49
48
47
46
PreA_1
1
45
PreB_1
GND
2
44
LB1
OB_1+
3
43
IB_1+
OB_1-
4
42
IB_1-
VCC
5
41
VCC
IA_1+
6
40
OA_1+
IA_1-
7
39
OA_1-
38
GND
37
OA_2-
GND
60 Pin WQFN
8
Top View
IA_2-
9
DAP = GND
13
33
IB_2+
GND
14
32
LB2
PreA_0
15
31
PreB_0
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
LB3
EQB
16
GND
OB_2+
OA_3+
IB_2-
VCC
34
OA_3-
12
IB_3+
OB_2-
IB_3-
VCC
GND
35
OB_3-
11
OB_3+
VCC
VCC
OA_2+
IA_3-
36
IA_3+
10
GND
IA_2+
Figure 1. Leadless WQFN-60 Pin Package
(9 mm x 9 mm x 0.8 mm, 0.5 mm pitch)
See Package Number NKA0060A
Table 1. PIN DESCRIPTIONS
Pin Name
Pin Number
I/O
(1)
Description
DIFFERENTIAL I/O
IB_0+
IB_0−
51
52
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_0. IB_0+ and IB_0− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OA_0+
OA_0−
48
49
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_0. OA_0+ and OA_0− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IB_1+
IB_1−
43
42
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_1. IB_1+ and IB_1− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OA_1+
OA_1−
40
39
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_1. OA_1+ and OA_1− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IB_2+
IB_2−
33
34
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_2. IB_2+ and IB_2− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OA_2+
OA_2−
36
37
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_2. OA_2+ and OA_2− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IB_3+
IB_3−
25
24
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_3. IB_3+ and IB_3− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OA_3+
OA_3−
28
27
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_3. OA_3+ and OA_3− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IA_0+
IA_0−
58
57
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_0. IA_0+ and IA_0− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
(1)
I = Input, O = Output, P = Power
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Table 1. PIN DESCRIPTIONS (continued)
Pin Name
Pin Number
I/O
(1)
Description
OB_0+
OB_0−
55
54
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_0. OB_0+ and OB_0− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IA_1+
IA_1−
6
7
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_1. IA_1+ and IA_1− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OB_1+
OB_1−
3
4
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_1. OB_1+ and OB_1− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IA_2+
IA_2−
10
9
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_2. IA_2+ and IA_2− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OB_2+
OB_2−
13
12
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_2. OB_2+ and OB_2− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
IA_3+
IA_3−
18
19
I
Inverting and non-inverting differential inputs of port_3. IA_3+ and IA_3− are internally connected to a
reference voltage through a 50Ω resistor. Refer to Figure 8.
OB_3+
OB_3−
21
22
O
Inverting and non-inverting differential outputs of port_3. OB_3+ and OB_3− are connected to VCC
through a 50Ω resistor.
CONTROL (3.3V LVCMOS)
EQA
60
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at EQA enables equalization for input channels IA_0±, IA_1±,
IA_2±, and IA_3±. By default, this pin is internally pulled high and equalization is disabled.
EQB
16
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at EQB enables equalization for input channels IB_0±, IB_1±,
IB_2±, and IB_3±. By default, this pin is internally pulled high and equalization is disabled.
PreA_0
PreA_1
15
1
I
PreA_0 and PreA_1 select the output de-emphasis levels (OA_0±, OA_1±, OA_2±, and OA_3±).
PreA_0 and PreA_1 are internally pulled high. Please see Table 3 for de-emphasis levels.
PreB_0
PreB_1
31
45
I
PreB_0 and PreB_1 select the output de-emphasis levels (OB_0±, OB_1±, OB_2±, and OB_3±).
PreB_0 and PreB_1 are internally pulled high. Please see Table 3 for de-emphasis levels.
LB0
46
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at LB0 enables the internal loopback path from IB_0± to OA_0±.
LB0 is internally pulled high. Please see Table 2 for more information.
LB1
44
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at LB1 enables the internal loopback path from IB_1± to OA_1±.
LB1 is internally pulled high. Please see Table 2 for more information.
LB2
32
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at LB2 enables the internal loopback path from IB_2± to OA_2±.
LB2 is internally pulled high. Please see Table 2 for more information.
LB3
30
I
This pin is active LOW. A logic LOW at LB3 enables the internal loopback path from IB_3± to OA_3±.
LB3 is internally pulled high. Please see Table 2 for more information.
RSV
59
I
Reserve pin to support factory testing. This pin can be left open, tied to GND, or tied to GND through
an external pull-down resistor.
VCC
5, 11, 20, 26,
35, 41, 50,
56
P
VCC = 3.3V ± 5%.
Each VCC pin should be connected to the VCC plane through a low inductance path, typically with a
via located as close as possible to the landing pad of the VCC pin.
It is recommended to have a 0.01 μF or 0.1 μF, X7R, size-0402 bypass capacitor from each VCC pin
to ground plane.
GND
2, 8, 14, 17,
23, 29, 38,
47, 53
P
Ground reference. Each ground pin should be connected to the ground plane through a low
inductance path, typically with a via located as close as possible to the landing pad of the GND pin.
GND
DAP
P
DAP is the metal contact at the bottom side, located at the center of the WQFN-60 pin package. It
should be connected to the GND plane with at least 4 via to lower the ground impedance and improve
the thermal performance of the package.
POWER
Functional Description
The DS25BR400 is a quad 250 Mbps – 2.5 Gbps CML transceiver, or 8-channel buffer, for use in backplane and
cable applications. The DS25BR400 is not designed to operate with data rates below 250 Mbps or with a DC
bias applied to the CML inputs or outputs. Most high speed links are encoded for DC balance and have been
defined to include AC coupling capacitors allowing the DS25BR400 to be directly inserted into the datapath
without any limitation. The ideal AC coupling capacitor value is often based on the lowest frequency component
embedded within the serial link. A typical AC coupling capacitor value ranges between 100 and 1000nF, some
specifications with scrambled data may require a larger capacitor for optimal performance. To reduce unwanted
parasitics around and within the AC coupling capacitor, a body size of 0402 is recommended. Figure 7 shows the
AC coupling capacitor placement in an AC test circuit.
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To compensate for the high frequency losses incurred during signal transmission in cables and backplanes the
DS25BR400 employs input and output signal conditioning. Each input stage has a fixed equalizer and all output
drivers have four selectable steps of de-emphasis to reduce deterministic jitter on the serial link. All the CML
output drivers have 50Ω termination to VCC. All receiver inputs are internally terminated with differential 100Ω
impedance.
Table 2. Logic Table for Loopback Controls
LB0
Loopback Function
0
Enable loopback from IB_0± to OA_0±.
1 (default)
Normal mode. Loopback disabled.
LB1
Loopback Function
0
Enable loopback from IB_1± to OA_1±.
1 (default)
Normal mode. Loopback disabled.
LB2
Loopback Function
0
Enable loopback from IB_2± to OA_2±.
1 (default)
Normal mode. Loopback disabled.
LB3
Loopback Function
0
Enable loopback from IB_3± to OA_3±.
1 (default)
Normal mode. Loopback disabled.
Table 3. De-Emphasis Controls
Default VOD Level in mVPP (VODB)
De-Emphasis Level in mVPP
(VODPE)
00
1200
1200
0
01
1200
850
−3
10
1200
600
−6
1 1 (Default)
1200
426
−9
Default VOD Level in mVPP (VODB)
De-Emphasis Level in mVPP
(VODPE)
De-Emphasis in dB (VODPE/VODB)
00
1200
1200
0
01
1200
850
−3
10
1200
600
−6
1 1 (Default)
1200
426
−9
PreA_[1:0]
PreB_[1:0]
De-Emphasis in dB (VODPE/VODB)
Output De-Emphasis
De-emphasis is the conditioning function for use in compensating against backplane transmission loss. The
DS25BR400 provides four steps of de-emphasis ranging from 0, −3, −6 and −9 dB, user-selectable dependent
on the loss profile of the backplane. Figure 2 shows a driver de-emphasis waveform. The de-emphasis duration
is nominal 200 ps, corresponding to 50% bit-width at 2.5 Gbps. The de-emphasis levels of switch-side and lineside can be individually programmed.
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1 to N bits
1-bit
1 to N bits
0 dB
-3 dB
-6 dB
VODB
-9 dB
VODPE3
0V
VODPE2
VODPE1
Figure 2. Driver De-Emphasis Differential Waveform (showing all 4 de-emphasis steps)
Input Equalization
Each differential input of the DS25BR400 has a fixed equalizer front-end stage. Input group A and B can be
individually enabled and disabled. It is designed to provide fixed equalization for short board traces with
transmission losses of approximately 5 dB between 375 MHz to 1.875 GHz. Programmable de-emphasis
together with input equalization ensures an acceptable eye opening for a 40-inch FR-4 backplane.
The differential input equalizer for inputs on Channel A and inputs on Channel B can be bypassed by using EQA
and EQB, respectively. By default, the equalizers are internally pulled high and disabled. Therefore, EQA and
EQB must be asserted LOW to enable equalization.
These devices have limited built-in ESD protection. The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam
during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic damage to the MOS gates.
Absolute Maximum Ratings (1) (2)
−0.3V to 4V
Supply Voltage (VCC)
CMOS/TTL Input Voltage
−0.3V to (VCC +0.3V)
CML Input/Output Voltage
−0.3V to (VCC +0.3V)
Junction Temperature
+150°C
Storage Temperature
−65°C to +150°C
Lead Temperature
Soldering, 4 sec
+260°C
Thermal Resistance, θJA
22.3°C/W
Thermal Resistance, θJC
3.2°C/W
Thermal Resistance, ΦJB
10.3°C/W
ESD Ratings
(3)
HBM
6kV
CDM
1kV
MM
(1)
(2)
(3)
6
350V
“Absolute Maximum Ratings” indicate limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. Operating Ratings indicate conditions for
which the device is functional. For guaranteed specifications and the test conditions, see Electrical Characteristics. Operation of the
device beyond the maximum Operating Ratings is not recommended.
If Military/Aerospace specified devices are required, please contact the TI Sales Office/Distributors for availability and specifications.
ESD tests conform to the following standards:
Human Body Model (HBM) applicable standard: MIL-STD-883, Method 3015.7
Machine Model (MM) applicable standard: JESD22-A115-A (ESD MM std. of JEDEC)
Field -Induced Charge Device Model (CDM) applicable standard: JESD22-C101-C (ESD FICDM std. of JEDEC)
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Recommended Operating Ratings
Supply Voltage (VCC-GND)
Min
Typ
Max
3.135
3.3
3.465
V
100
mVPP
+85
°C
100
°C
Supply Noise Amplitude
10 Hz to 2 GHz
−40
Ambient Temperature
Case Temperature
Units
Electrical Characteristics (1) (2)
Over recommended operating supply and temperature ranges unless otherwise specified.
Parameter
Test Conditions
Min
Typ
(3)
Max
Units
LVCMOS DC SPECIFICATIONS
VIH
High Level Input
Voltage
2.0
VCC +0.3
V
VIL
Low Level Input
Voltage
−0.3
0.8
V
IIH
High Level Input
Current
−10
10
µA
IIL
Low Level Input Current VIN = GND
RPU
Pull-High Resistance
VIN = VCC
75
94
124
µA
35
kΩ
RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS
VID
Differential Input
Voltage Range
AC Coupled Differential Signal.
Below 1.25 Gb/s
At 1.25 Gbps–3.125 Gbps
Above 3.125 Gbps
This parameter is not production tested.
VICM
Common Mode Voltage Measured at receiver inputs reference to ground.
at Receiver Inputs
RITD
Input Differential
Termination
On-chip differential termination between
IN+ or IN−. Figure 8
100
100
100
1750
1560
1200
mVP-P
mVP-P
mVP-P
1.3
V
84
100
116
Ω
1000
1200
1400
mVP-P
DRIVER SPECIFICATIONS
VODB
VPE
tPE
Output Differential
Voltage Swing without
De-Emphasis
RL = 100Ω ±1%
PreA_1 = 0; PreA_0 = 0
PreB_1 = 0; PreB_0 = 0
Driver de-emphasis disabled.
Running K28.7 pattern at 2.5 Gbps.
(Figure 7)
Output De-Emphasis
Voltage Ratio
20*log(VODPE/VODB)
RL = 100Ω ±1%
Running K28.7 pattern at 2.5 Gbps
PreX_[1:0] = 00
PreX_[1:0] = 01
PreX_[1:0] = 10
PreX_[1:0] = 11
X = A/B channel de-emphasis drivers
(Figure 2 / Figure 7)
De-Emphasis Width
Tested at −9 dB de-emphasis level, PreX[1:0] = 11
X = A/B channel de-emphasis drivers
See Figure 6 on measurement condition.
125
200
250
ps
42
50
58
Ω
ROTSE
Output Termination
On-chip termination from OUT+ or OUT− to VCC
ROTD
Output Differential
Termination
On-chip differential termination between OUT+ and
OUT−
(1)
(2)
(3)
0
−3
−6
−9
dB
dB
dB
dB
100
Ω
K28.7 pattern is a 10-bit repeating pattern of K28.7 code group {001111 1000}K28.5 pattern is a 20-bit repeating pattern of +K28.5 and
−K28.5 code groups {110000 0101 001111 1010}
IN+ and IN− are generic names that refer to one of the many pairs of complementary inputs of the DS25BR400. OUT+ and OUT− are
generic names that refer to one of the many pairs of the complementary outputs of the DS25BR400. Differential input voltage VID is
defined as |IN+ – IN−|. Differential output voltage VOD is defined as |OUT+ – OUT−|.
Typical specifications are at TA = 25 °C, and represent most likely parametric norms at the time of product characterization. The typical
specifications are not guaranteed.
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Electrical Characteristics(1)(2) (continued)
Over recommended operating supply and temperature ranges unless otherwise specified.
Parameter
ΔROTSE
Mis-Match in Output
Termination Resistors
VOCM
Output Common Mode
Voltage
Test Conditions
Min
Typ
(3)
Mis-match in output termination resistors
Max
Units
5
%
2.7
V
POWER DISSIPATION
PD
Power Dissipation
VDD = 3.465V
All outputs terminated by 100Ω ±1%.
PreB_[1:0] = 0, PreA_[1:0] = 0
Running PRBS 27-1 pattern at 2.5 Gbps
1.3
W
AC CHARACTERISTICS (4)
tR
Differential Low to High
Transition Time
tF
Differential High to Low
Transition Time
Measured with a clock-like pattern at 2.5 Gbps,
between 20% and 80% of the differential output
voltage.
De-emphasis disabled.
Transition time is measured with the fixture shown in
Figure 7 adjusted to reflect the transition time at the
output pins.
tPLH
Differential Low to High
Propagation Delay
Measured at 50% differential voltage from input to
output.
tPHL
Differential High to Low
Propagation Delay
tSKP
Pulse Skew
tSKO
Output Skew
(5)
tSKPP
tLB
Part-to-Part Skew
(5)
Loopback Delay Time
80
ps
80
ps
1
ns
1
ns
|tPHL–tPLH|
20
ps
Difference in propagation delay between channels
on the same part
(Channel-to-Channel Skew)
100
ps
Difference in propagation delay between devices
across all channels operating under identical
conditions
165
ps
4
ns
Delay from enabling loopback mode to signals
appearing at the differential outputs
Figure 5
RJ
Device Random Jitter
At 0.25 Gbps
At 1.5 Gbps
At 2.5 Gbps
Alternating-10 pattern.
De-emphasis disabled.
(Figure 7)
2
2
2
ps rms
ps rms
ps rms
DJ
Device Deterministic
Jitter (7)
At 0.25 Mbps, PRBS7 pattern
At 1.5 Gbps, K28.5 pattern
At 2.5 Gbps, K28.5 pattern
At 2.5 Gbps, PRBS7 pattern
De-emphasis disabled.
(Figure 7)
25
25
25
25
ps
ps
ps
ps
DR
Data Rate
Alternating-10 pattern
2.5
Gbps
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
8
(6)
(8)
0.25
pp
pp
pp
pp
All CML Inputs and Outputs must be AC coupled for optimal jitter performance.
tSKO is the magnitude difference in propagation delays between all data paths on one device. This is channel-to-channel skew. tSKPP is
the worst case difference in propagation delay across multiple devices on all channels and operating under identical conditions. For
example, for two devices operating under the same conditions, tSKPP is the magnitude difference between the shortest propagation
delay measurement on one device to the longest propagation delay measurement on another device.
Device output random jitter is a measurement of random jitter contributed by the device. It is derived by the equation SQRT[(RJOUT)2 –
(RJIN)2], where RJOUT is the total random jitter measured at the output of the device in ps(rms), RJIN is the random jitter of the pattern
generator driving the device. Below 400 Mbps, system jitter and device jitter could not be separated. The 250 Mbps specification
includes system random jitter. Please see Figure 7 for the AC test circuit.
Device output deterministic jitter is a measurement of the deterministic jitter contribution from the device. It is derived by the equation
(DJOUT - DJIN), where DJOUT is the total peak-to-peak deterministic jitter measured at the output of the device in ps(p-p). DJIN is the
peak-to-peak deterministic jitter at the input of the test board. Please see Figure 7 for the AC test circuit.
This parameter is guaranteed by design and/or characterization and is not tested in production.
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TIMING DIAGRAMS
80%
80%
VODB
0V
20%
20%
tR
tF
Figure 3. Driver Output Transition Time
50% VID
IN
tPLH
tPHL
50% VOD
OUT
Figure 4. Propagation Delay
Loopback
Enable
50%
tLB
50%
Data Output
Data Input
Figure 5. Loopback Delay Timing
1-bit
1 to N bits
1-bit
1 to N bits
tPE
20%
-9 dB
80%
0V
VODB
VODPE3
Figure 6. Output De-Emphasis Duration
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DS25BR400 Test Fixture
Pattern
Generator
DC
Block
INPUT
TL
VCC
DS25BR400
50: TL
Oscilloscope or
Jitter Measurement
Instrument
Coax
Coax
D+
IN+
M
U
X
R
EQ
DIN-
50+-1%
OUT+
< 2"
D
OUT-
Coax
1000 mVpp
Differential
DC
Block
Coax
INPUT
TL
GND
50: TL
50 +-1%
Figure 7. AC Test Circuit
VCC
5k
IN +
50
EQ
50
IN 3.9k
180 pF
Figure 8. Receiver Input Termination
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REVISION HISTORY
Changes from Revision H (February 2013) to Revision I
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PACKAGING INFORMATION
Orderable Device
Status
(1)
DS25BR400TSQ/NOPB
ACTIVE
Package Type Package Pins Package
Drawing
Qty
WQFN
NKA
60
250
Eco Plan
Lead/Ball Finish
MSL Peak Temp
(2)
(6)
(3)
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
CU SN
Level-3-260C-168 HR
Op Temp (°C)
Device Marking
(4/5)
-40 to 85
DS25BR400
TSQ
(1)
The marketing status values are defined as follows:
ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs.
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(2)
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(3)
MSL, Peak Temp. - The Moisture Sensitivity Level rating according to the JEDEC industry standard classifications, and peak solder temperature.
(4)
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TAPE AND REEL INFORMATION
*All dimensions are nominal
Device
DS25BR400TSQ/NOPB
Package Package Pins
Type Drawing
WQFN
NKA
60
SPQ
250
Reel
Reel
A0
Diameter Width (mm)
(mm) W1 (mm)
178.0
16.4
Pack Materials-Page 1
9.3
B0
(mm)
K0
(mm)
P1
(mm)
W
Pin1
(mm) Quadrant
9.3
1.3
12.0
16.0
Q1
PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION
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Device
Package Type
Package Drawing
Pins
SPQ
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
DS25BR400TSQ/NOPB
WQFN
NKA
60
250
210.0
185.0
35.0
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MECHANICAL DATA
NKA0060A
SQA60A (Rev A)
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