The TI-RF-CMP is a low power RF comparator with 4 ns propagation delay designed for using in applications, where continuous-into-discrete signal conversion or comparison of voltages is required. The comparator can be used in digital systems for clock recovery. The device is equipped with the latching (fixation) function of the output signal. The input stage cascade is implemented in CMOS transistors providing low input bias current. The comparator operation is specified over the industrial temperature range (-40°C to +85°C).
GDSII database contains a ring of pads with built-in ESD-protection up to 2000 V.
- Single-supply operation: 3 V to 5 V
- 4 ns propagation delay at 5 V supply voltage
- Up to 150 MHz input
- Low input bias current
- Latch function
- GDSII database
- Customer support
- High-speed ADC’s
- Digital communications
- Clock recovery and clock distribution
- Phase detectors
- High speed sampling
- Zero-crossing detector
Block Diagram of the RF Comparator IP Core