CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Low Voltage Programmable Skew Clock Buffer Features Functional Description ■ All output pair skew <100 ps typical (250 max) ■ 3.75 to 80 MHz output operation ■ User selectable output functions ❐ Selectable skew to 18 ns ❐ Inverted and non-inverted 1 1 ❐ Operation at ⁄2 and ⁄4 input frequency ❐ Operation at 2x and 4x input frequency (input as low as 3.75 MHz) The CY7B991V Low voltage Programmable Skew Clock Buffer (LVPSCB) offers user selectable control over system clock functions. These multiple output clock drivers provide the system integrator with functions necessary to optimize the timing of high-performance computer systems. Each of the eight individual drivers, arranged in four pairs of user controllable outputs can drive terminated transmission lines with impedances as low as 50Ω. This delivers minimal and specified output skews and full swing logic levels (LVTTL). ■ Zero input to output delay ■ 50% duty cycle outputs ■ LVTTL outputs drive 50Ω terminated lines ■ Operates from a single 3.3V supply ■ Low operating current ■ 32-pin PLCC package ■ Jitter 100 ps (typical) Each output is hardwired to one of nine delay or function configurations. Delay increments of 0.7 to 1.5 ns are determined by the operating frequency with outputs able to skew up to ±6 time units from their nominal “zero” skew position. The completely integrated PLL allows external load and transmission line delay effects to be canceled. When this “zero delay” capability of the LVPSCB is combined with the selectable output skew functions, the user can create output-to-output delays of up to ±12 time units. Divide-by-two and divide-by-four output functions are provided for additional flexibility in designing complex clock systems. When combined with the internal PLL, these divide functions enable distribution of a low frequency clock that is multiplied by two or four at the clock destination. This facility minimizes clock distribution difficulty allowing maximum system clock speed and flexibility. Logic Block Diagram TEST PHASE FREQ DET FB REF FILTER VCO AND TIME UNIT GENERATOR FS 4F0 4F1 3F0 3F1 4Q0 SELECT INPUTS (THREE LEVEL) 4Q1 SKEW 3Q0 3Q1 SELECT 2Q0 2F0 2F1 MATRIX 2Q1 1Q0 1F0 1F1 1Q1 Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C • 198 Champion Court • San Jose, CA 95134-1709 • 408-943-2600 Revised June 20, 2007 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® FS VCCQ REF GND 4 3 2 1 32 31 30 29 2F1 3F0 TEST Pin Configuration 2F0 3F1 5 4F0 6 28 GND 4F1 7 27 1F1 26 1F0 25 VCCN CCQ 8 VCCN 9 4Q1 10 24 1Q0 4Q0 11 23 1Q1 GND 12 22 GND GND 13 21 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 GND 2Q0 2Q1 VCCN FB VCCN 3Q0 3Q1 CY7B991V Pin Definitions Signal Name IO Description REF I Reference frequency input. This input supplies the frequency and timing against which all functional variations are measured. FB I PLL feedback input (typically connected to one of the eight outputs). FS I Three level frequency range select. See Table 1. 1F0, 1F1 I Three level function select inputs for output pair 1 (1Q0, 1Q1). See Table 2 2F0, 2F1 I Three level function select inputs for output pair 2 (2Q0, 2Q1). See Table 2 3F0, 3F1 I Three level function select inputs for output pair 3 (3Q0, 3Q1). See Table 2 4F0, 4F1 I Three level function select inputs for output pair 4 (4Q0, 4Q1). See Table 2 TEST I Three level select. See test mode section under the block diagram descriptions. 1Q0, 1Q1 O Output pair 1. See Table 2 2Q0, 2Q1 O Output pair 2. See Table 2 3Q0, 3Q1 O Output pair 3. See Table 2 O Output pair 4. See Table 2 4Q0, 4Q1 VCCN PWR VCCQ PWR Power supply for internal circuitry. GND PWR Ground. Power supply for output drivers. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 2 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Block Diagram Description Skew Select Matrix Phase Frequency Detector and Filter The Phase Frequency Detector and Filter blocks accept inputs from the reference frequency (REF) input and the feedback (FB) input. They generate correction information to control the frequency of the Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO). These blocks, along with the VCO, form a Phase Locked Loop (PLL) that tracks the incoming REF signal. The skew select matrix is comprised of four independent sections. Each section has two low skew, high fanout drivers (xQ0, xQ1), and two corresponding three level function select (xF0, xF1) inputs. Table 2 shows the nine possible output functions for each section as determined by the function select inputs. All times are measured with respect to the REF input assuming that the output connected to the FB input has 0tU selected. VCO and Time Unit Generator The VCO accepts analog control inputs from the PLL filter block. It generates a frequency that is used by the time unit generator to create discrete time units, selected in the skew select matrix. The operational range of the VCO is determined by the FS control pin. The time unit (tU) is determined by the operating frequency of the device and the level of the FS pin as shown in Table 1. Table 1. Frequency Range Select and tU Calculation fNOM (MHz) Table 2. Programmable Skew Configurations Function Selects Output Functions 1F1, 2F1, 3F1, 4F1 1F0, 2F0, 3F0, 4F0 1Q0, 1Q1, 2Q0, 2Q1 LOW LOW –4tU LOW MID –3tU –6tU –6tU LOW HIGH –2tU –4tU –4tU MID LOW –1tU –2tU –2tU MID MID 0tU 0tU 0tU 3Q0, 3Q1 4Q0, 4Q1 Divide by 2 Divide by 2 Min Max where N = Approximate Frequency (MHz) At Which tU = 1.0 ns MID HIGH +1tU +2tU +2tU LOW 15 30 44 22.7 HIGH LOW +2tU +4tU +4tU MID 25 50 26 38.5 HIGH MID +3tU +6tU +6tU HIGH 40 80 16 62.5 HIGH HIGH +4tU Divide by 4 Inverted FS[2, 3] 1 t U = -----------------------f NOM × N Notes 1. For all three state inputs, HIGH indicates a connection to VCC, LOW indicates a connection to GND, and MID indicates an open connection. Internal termination circuitry holds an unconnected input to VCC/2. 2. The level to be set on FS is determined by the “normal” operating frequency (fNOM) of the VCO and Time Unit Generator (see ). Nominal frequency (fNOM) always appears at 1Q0 and the other outputs when they are operated in their undivided modes (see Table 2). The frequency appearing at the REF and FB inputs is fNOM when the output connected to FB is undivided. The frequency of the REF and FB inputs is fNOM/2 or fNOM/4 when the part is configured for a frequency multiplication using a divided output as the FB input. 3. When the FS pin is selected HIGH, the REF input must not transition upon power up until VCC has reached 2.8V. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 3 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® U U U U U U t 0 +1t t 0 +2t t 0 +3t t 0 +4t t 0 +5t t 0 +6t t0 t 0 – 1t U t 0 – 2t U t 0 – 3t U t 0 – 4t U t 0 – 5t U t 0 – 6t U Figure 1. Typical Outputs with Fb Connected to a Zero Skew Output Test Mode  FBInput REFInput 1Fx 2Fx 3Fx 4Fx (N/A) LM – 6t U LL LH – 4t U LM (N/A) – 3t U LH ML – 2t U ML (N/A) – 1t U MM MM MH (N/A) +1t U HL MH +2t U HM (N/A) +3t U HH HL +4t U 0tU (N/A) HM (N/A) LL/HH DIVIDED (N/A) HH INVERT +6t U Test Mode The TEST input is a three level input. In normal system operation, this pin is connected to ground, allowing the CY7B991V to operate as explained in the “Block Diagram Description” on page 3. For testing purposes, any of the three level inputs can have a removable jumper to ground or be tied LOW through a 100W resistor. This enables an external tester to change the state of these pins. If the TEST input is forced to its MID or HIGH state, the device operates with its internal phase locked loop disconnected, and input levels supplied to REF directly controls all outputs. Relative output to output functions are the same as in normal mode. In contrast with normal operation (TEST tied LOW), all outputs function based only on the connection of their own function select inputs (xF0 and xF1) and the waveform characteristics of the REF input. Note 4. FB connected to an output selected for “zero” skew (i.e., xF1 = xF0 = MID). Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 4 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Operational Mode Descriptions Figure 2. Zero Skew and Zero Delay Clock Driver REF LOAD L1 Z0 FB REF FS SYSTEM CLOCK LOAD 4F0 4F1 4Q0 4Q1 3F0 3F1 3Q0 3Q1 2F0 2F1 2Q0 2Q1 1F0 1F1 1Q0 1Q1 L2 Z0 LOAD L3 Z0 L4 LOAD TEST Z0 LENGTH L1 = L2 = L3 = L4 Figure 2 shows the LVPSCB configured as a zero skew clock buffer. In this mode, the CY7B991V is the basis for a low skew clock distribution tree. When all of the function select inputs (xF0, xF1) are left open, the outputs are aligned and drive a terminated transmission line to an independent load. The FB input is tied to any output in this configuration and the operating frequency range is selected with the FS pin. The low skew specification, coupled with the ability to drive terminated transmission lines (with impedances as low as 50 ohms), enables efficient printed circuit board design. Figure 3. Programmable Skew Clock Driver REF SYSTEM CLOCK FB REF FS 4F0 4F1 LOAD L1 Z0 LOAD 4Q0 4Q1 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 3Q0 3Q1 1F0 1F1 1Q0 1Q1 2Q0 2Q1 L2 Z0 LOAD L3 Z0 L4 LOAD TEST LENGTH L1 = L2 L3 < L2 by 6 inches L4 > L2 by 6 inches Z0 Figure 3 shows a configuration to equalize skew between metal traces of different lengths. In addition to low skew between outputs, the LVPSCB is programmed to stagger the timing of its outputs. The four groups of output pairs are each programmed to different output timing. Skew timing is adjusted over a wide range in small increments with the appropriate strapping of the function select pins. In this configuration, the 4Q0 output is sent back to FB and configured for zero skew. The other three pairs of outputs are programmed to yield different skews relative to the feedback. By advancing the clock signal on the longer traces or retarding the clock signal on shorter traces, all loads receive the clock pulse at the same time. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 5 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Figure 3 shows the FB input connected to an output with 0 ns skew (xF1, xF0 = MID) selected. The internal PLL synchronizes the FB and REF inputs and aligns their rising edges to make certain that all outputs have precise phase alignment. Clock skews are advanced by ±6 time units (tU) when using an output selected for zero skew as the feedback. A wider range of delays is possible if the output connected to FB is also skewed. Since “Zero Skew”, +tU, and –tU are defined relative to output groups, and the PLL aligns the rising edges of REF and FB, wider output skews are created by proper selection of the xFn inputs. For example, a +10 tU between REF and 3Qx is achieved by connecting 1Q0 to FB and setting 1F0 = 1F1 = GND, 3F0 = MID, and 3F1 = High. (Since FB aligns at –4 tU, and 3Qx skews to +6 tU, a total of +10 tU skew is realized.) Many other configurations are realized by skewing both the outputs used as the FB input and skewing the other outputs. Figure 5. Frequency Multiplier with Skew Connections REF 20 MHz Figure 4. Inverted Output Connections FB REF FS 4Q0 4Q1 3F0 3F1 3Q0 3Q1 2F0 2F1 2Q0 2Q1 1F0 1F1 1Q0 1Q1 40 MHz 4Q0 4Q1 3Q0 3Q1 2Q0 2Q1 1Q0 1Q1 20 MHz 80 MHz 7B991V–12 Figure 5 shows the LVPSCB configured as a clock multiplier. The 3Q0 output is programmed to divide by four and is sent back to FB. This causes the PLL to increase its frequency until the 3Q0 and 3Q1 outputs are locked at 20 MHz, while the 1Qx and 2Qx outputs run at 80 MHz. The 4Q0 and 4Q1 outputs are programmed to divide by two that results in a 40 MHz waveform at these outputs. Note that the 20 and 40 MHz clocks fall simultaneously and are out of phase on their rising edge. This enables the designer to use the rising edges of the 1⁄2 frequency and 1⁄4 frequency outputs without concern for rising edge skew. The 2Q0, 2Q1, 1Q0, and 1Q1 outputs run at 80 MHz and are skewed by programming their select inputs accordingly. Note that the FS pin is wired for 80 MHz operation as that is the frequency of the fastest output. REF 4F0 4F1 FB REF FS 4F0 4F1 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 1F0 1F1 TEST Figure 6. Frequency Divider Connections TEST REF 7B991V–11 Figure 4 shows an example of the invert function of the LVPSCB. In this example the 4Q0 output used as the FB input is programmed for invert (4F0 = 4F1 = HIGH) while the other three pairs of outputs are programmed for zero skew. When 4F0 and 4F1 are tied high, 4Q0 and 4Q1 become inverted zero phase outputs. The PLL aligns the rising edge of the FB input with the rising edge of the REF. This causes the 1Q, 2Q, and 3Q outputs to become the “inverted” outputs to the REF input. By selecting the output connected to FB, you can have two inverted and six non-inverted outputs or six inverted and two non-inverted outputs. The correct configuration is determined by the need for more (or fewer) inverted outputs. 1Q, 2Q, and 3Q outputs are also skewed to compensate for varying trace delays independent of inversion on 4Q. 20 MHz FB REF FS 4F0 4F1 4Q0 4Q1 10 MHz 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 3Q0 3Q1 5 MHz 1F0 1F1 TEST 1Q0 1Q1 2Q0 2Q1 20 MHz 7B991V–13 Figure 6 shows the LVPSCB in a clock divider application. 2Q0 is sent back to the FB input and programmed for zero skew. 3Qx is programmed to divide by four. 4Qx is programmed to divide by two. Note that the falling edges of the 4Qx and 3Qx outputs are aligned. This enables use of the rising edges of the 1⁄2 frequency and 1⁄4 frequency without concern for skew mismatch. The 1Qx outputs are programmed to zero skew and are aligned with the 2Qx outputs. In this example, the FS input is grounded to configure the device in the 15 to 30 MHz range since the highest frequency output is running at 20 MHz. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 6 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Figure 7 shows some of the functions that are selectable on the 3Qx and 4Qx outputs. These include inverted outputs and outputs that offer divide-by-2 and divide-by-4 timing. An inverted output enables the system designer to clock different subsystems on opposite edges without suffering from the pulse asymmetry typical of non-ideal loading. This function enables each of the two subsystems to clock 180 degrees out of phase, but still is aligned within the skew specification. The divided outputs offer a zero delay divider for portions of the system that divide the clock by either two or four, and still remain within a narrow skew of the “1X” clock. Without this feature, an external divider is added, and the propagation delay of the divider adds to the skew between the different clock signals. These divided outputs, coupled with the Phase Locked Loop, enable the LVPSCB to multiply the clock rate at the REF input by either two or four. This mode allows the designer to distribute a low frequency clock between various portions of the system. It also locally multiplies the clock rate to a more suitable frequency, while still maintaining the low skew characteristics of the clock driver. The LVPSCB performs all of the functions described in this section at the same time. It can multiply by two and four or divide by two (and four) at the same time that it shifts its outputs over a wide range or maintains zero skew between selected outputs. . Figure 7. Multi-Function Clock Driver REF LOAD Z0 20 MHz DISTRIBUTION CLOCK 4F0 4F1 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 1F0 1F1 TEST Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C 80 MHz INVERTED FB REF FS LOAD 4Q0 4Q1 3Q0 3Q1 2Q0 2Q1 1Q0 1Q1 20 MHz Z0 LOAD 80 MHz ZERO SKEW 80 MHz SKEWED –3.125 ns (–4tU) Z0 LOAD Z0 Page 7 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Figure 8. Board-to-Board Clock Distribution LOAD REF Z0 L1 FB SYSTEM CLOCK REF FS 4F0 4F1 LOAD L2 Z0 4Q0 4Q1 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 3Q0 3Q1 1F0 1F1 1Q0 1Q1 LOAD L3 2Q0 2Q1 Z0 L4 FB REF FS 4F0 4F1 3F0 3F1 2F0 2F1 1F0 1F1 TEST TEST Z0 4Q0 4Q1 3Q0 3Q1 2Q0 2Q1 1Q0 1Q1 LOAD LOAD Figure 8 shows the CY7B991V connected in series to construct a zero skew clock distribution tree between boards. Delays of the downstream clock buffers are programmed to compensate for the wire length (that is, select negative skew equal to the wire delay) necessary to connect them to the master clock source, approximating a zero delay clock tree. Cascaded clock buffers accumulate low frequency jitter because of the non-ideal filtering characteristics of the PLL filter. Do not connect more than two clock buffers in a series. Maximum Ratings Static Discharge Voltage............................................ >2001V (MIL-STD-883, Method 3015) Operating outside these boundaries may affect the performance and life of the device. These user guidelines are not tested. Latch up Current...................................................... >200 mA Storage Temperature ................................. –65°C to +150°C Ambient Temperature with Power Applied ............................................ –55°C to +125°C Supply Voltage to Ground Potential................–0.5V to +7.0V Operating Range Range Ambient Temperature VCC Commercial 0°C to +70°C 3.3V ± 10% –40°C to +85°C 3.3V ± 10% DC Input Voltage ............................................–0.5V to +7.0V Output Current into Outputs (LOW) ............................. 64 mA Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Industrial Page 8 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Electrical Characteristics Over the Operating Range Parameter Description CY7B991V Test Conditions Min Max Unit VOH Output HIGH Voltage VCC = Min, IOH = –12 mA VOL Output LOW Voltage VCC = Min, IOL = 35 mA 0.45 V VIH Input HIGH Voltage (REF and FB inputs only) 2.0 VCC V VIL Input LOW Voltage (REF and FB inputs only) –0.5 0.8 V VIHH Three Level Input HIGH Voltage (Test, FS, xFn) Min ≤ VCC ≤ Max. 0.87 * VCC VCC V VIMM Three Level Input MID Voltage (Test, FS, xFn) Min ≤ VCC ≤ Max. 0.47 * VCC 0.53 * VCC V VILL Three Level Input LOW Voltage (Test, FS, xFn) Min ≤ VCC ≤ Max. 0.0 0.13 * VCC V IIH Input HIGH Leakage Current (REF VCC = Max, VIN = Max. and FB inputs only) 20 μA IIL Input LOW Leakage Current (REF VCC = Max, VIN = 0.4V and FB inputs only) IIHH Input HIGH Current (Test, FS, xFn) VIN = VCC IIMM Input MID Current (Test, FS, xFn) IILL Input LOW Current (Test, FS, xFn) VIN = GND IOS Short Circuit Current ICCQ Operating Current Used by Internal VCCN = VCCQ = Max, All Circuitry Input Selects Open ICCN Output Buffer Current per Output Pair VCCN = VCCQ = Max, IOUT = 0 mA Input Selects Open, fMAX 19 mA PD Power Dissipation per Output Pair VCCN = VCCQ = Max, IOUT = 0 mA Input Selects Open, fMAX 104 mW 2.4 V μA –20 200 VIN = VCC/2 –50 VCC = MAx VOUT =GND (25° only) μA 50 μA –200 μA –200 mA Com’l 95 mA Mil/Ind 100 ‘ Notes 5. See the last page of this specification for Group A subgroup testing information. 6. These inputs are normally wired to VCC, GND, or left unconnected (actual threshold voltages vary as a percentage of VCC). Internal termination resistors hold unconnected inputs at VCC/2. If these inputs are switched, the function and timing of the outputs glitch and the PLL requires an additional tLOCK time before all datasheet limits are achieved. 7. CY7B991V is tested one output at a time, output shorted for less than one second, less than 10% duty cycle. Room temperature only. 8. Total output current per output pair is approximated by the following expression that includes device current plus load current: CY7B991V: ICCN = [(4 + 0.11F) + [((835 –3F)/Z) + (.0022FC)]N] x 1.1 Where F = frequency in MHz C = capacitive load in pF Z = line impedance in ohms N = number of loaded outputs; 0, 1, or 2 FC = F < C 9. These inputs are normally wired to VCC, GND, or left unconnected (actual threshold voltages vary as a percentage of VCC). Internal termination resistors hold unconnected inputs at VCC/2. If these inputs are switched, the function and timing of the outputs may glitch and the PLL may require an additional tLOCK time before all datasheet limits are achieved. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 9 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Capacitance Tested initially and after any design or process changes that may affect these parameters. ] Parameter CIN Description Input Capacitance Test Conditions TA = 25°C, f = 1 MHz, VCC = 3.3V Max Unit 10 pF AC Test Loads and Waveforms Figure 9. Test Loads and Waveforms VCC R1 CL R2 3.0V R1=100 R2=100 CL = 30 pF (Includes fixture and probe capacitance) TTL AC Test Load 2.0V Vth =1.5V 0.8V 0.0V ≤ 1 ns 2.0V Vth =1.5V 0.8V ≤ 1 ns TTL Input Test Waveform Note 10. Applies to REF and FB inputs only. Tested initially and after any design or process changes that may affect these parameters. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 10 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Switching Characteristics – 5 Option Over the Operating Range [2, 10] Parameter Description FS = LOW[1, 2] FS = MID[1, 2] FS = HIGH[1, 2] fNOM Operating Clock Frequency in MHz tRPWH tRPWL tU tSKEWPR tSKEW0 tSKEW1 tSKEW2 tSKEW3 tSKEW4 tDEV tPD tODCV tPWH tPWL tORISE tOFALL tLOCK tJR REF Pulse Width HIGH REF Pulse Width LOW Programmable Skew Unit Zero Output Matched-Pair Skew (XQ0, XQ1)[14, 15] Zero Output Skew (All Outputs)[[14, 15] Output Skew (Rise-Rise, Fall-Fall, Same Class Outputs)[14, 18] Output Skew (Rise-Fall, Nominal-Inverted, Divided-Divided)[14, 18] Output Skew (Rise-Rise, Fall-Fall, Different Class Outputs)14, 18] Output Skew (Rise-Fall, Nominal-Divided, Divided-Inverted)14, 18] Device-to-Device Skew[13, 19] Propagation Delay, REF Rise to FB Rise Output Duty Cycle Variation Output HIGH Time Deviation from 50% Output LOW Time Deviation from 50% Output Rise Time[21, 22] Output Fall Time[21, 22] PLL Lock Time Cycle-to-Cycle Output Jitter RMS Peak-to-Peak Min 15 25 40 5.0 5.0 –0.5 –1.0 0.15 0.15 CY7B991V–5 Typ Max 30 50 80 Unit MHz ns ns See Table 1 0.1 0.25 0.25 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.5 1.0 0.5 0.7 0.5 1.0 1.25 0.0 +0.5 0.0 +1.0 2.5 3 1.0 1.5 1.0 1.5 0.5 25 200 ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ms ps ps Notes 11. Test measurement levels for the CY7B991V are TTL levels (1.5V to 1.5V). Test conditions assume signal transition times of 2 ns or less and output loading as shown in the AC Test Loads and Waveforms unless otherwise specified. 12. Guaranteed by statistical correlation. Tested initially and after any design or process changes that may affect these parameters. 13. SKEW is defined as the time between the earliest and the latest output transition among all outputs for which the same tU delay has been selected when all are loaded with 30 pF and terminated with 50Ω to VCC/2 (CY7B991V). 14. tSKEWPR is defined as the skew between a pair of outputs (XQ0 and XQ1) when all eight outputs are selected for 0tU. 15. tSKEW0 is defined as the skew between outputs when they are selected for 0tU. Other outputs are divided or inverted but not shifted. 16. CL=0 pF. For CL=30 pF, tSKEW0=0.35 ns. 17. There are three classes of outputs: Nominal (multiple of tU delay), Inverted (4Q0 and 4Q1 only with 4F0 = 4F1 = HIGH), and Divided (3Qx and 4Qx only in Divide-by-2 or Divide-by-4 mode). 18. tDEV is the output-to-output skew between any two devices operating under the same conditions (VCC ambient temperature, air flow, etc.) 19. tODCV is the deviation of the output from a 50% duty cycle. Output pulse width variations are included in tSKEW2 and tSKEW4 specifications. 20. Specified with outputs loaded with 30 pF for the CY7B991V–5 and –7 devices. Devices are terminated through 50Ω to VCC/2.tPWH is measured at 2.0V. tPWL is measured at 0.8V. 21. tORISE and tOFALL measured between 0.8V and 2.0V. 22. tLOCK is the time that is required before synchronization is achieved. This specification is valid only after VCC is stable and within normal operating limits. This parameter is measured from the application of a new signal or frequency at REF or FB until tPD is within specified limits. Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 11 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Switching Characteristics – 7 Option Over the Operating Range [2, 10] Parameter fNOM CY7B991V–7 Description Operating Clock Frequency in MHz Min Typ Max FS = LOW[1, 2] 15 30 FS = MID[1, 2] 25 50 40 80 FS = HIGH[1, 2] Unit MHz tRPWH REF Pulse Width HIGH 5.0 tRPWL REF Pulse Width LOW 5.0 tU Programmable Skew Unit tSKEWPR Zero Output Matched Pair Skew (XQ0, XQ1)[14, 15] 0.1 0.25 ns tSKEW0 Zero Output Skew (All Outputs)[14, 16] 0.3 0.75 ns 0.6 1.0 ns 1.0 1.5 ns 0.7 1.2 ns 1.2 1.7 ns 1.65 ns –0.7 0.0 +0.7 ns –1.2 0.0 +1.2 ns 3 ns ns ns See Table 1 Outputs)[13, 17] tSKEW1 Output Skew (Rise-Rise, Fall-Fall, Same Class tSKEW2 Output Skew (Rise-Fall, Nominal-Inverted, Divided-Divided)[14, 18] Outputs)[14, 18] tSKEW3 Output Skew (Rise-Rise, Fall-Fall, Different Class tSKEW4 Output Skew (Rise-Fall, Nominal-Divided, Divided-Inverted)[14, 18] Skew[13, 19] tDEV Device-to-Device tPD Propagation Delay, REF Rise to FB Rise Variation tODCV Output Duty Cycle tPWH Output HIGH Time Deviation from 50% tPWL Output LOW Time Deviation from 50% 3.5 ns tORISE Output Rise Time[20, 21] 0.15 1.5 2.5 ns tOFALL Output Fall Time[20, 21] 0.15 1.5 2.5 ns tLOCK PLL Lock Time 0.5 ms tJR Cycle-to-Cycle Output Jitter Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C RMS 25 ps Peak-to-Peak 200 ps Page 12 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Ordering Information Accuracy (ps) 250 500 750 Ordering Code Operating Range Package Type CY7B991V–2JC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–2JCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial CY7B991V–5JC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–5JCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial CY7B991V–5JI 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Industrial CY7B991V–5JIT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Industrial CY7B991V–7JC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–7JCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial CY7B991V–2JXC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–2JXCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial Pb-Free 250 500 750 CY7B991V–5JXC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–5JXCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial CY7B991V–5JXI 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Industrial CY7B991V–5JXIT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Industrial CY7B991V–7JXC 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier Commercial CY7B991V–7JXCT 32-Pb Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier – Tape and Reel Commercial Package Diagram Figure 10. 32-Pin Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier J65 51-85002-*B Document Number: 38-07141 Rev. *C Page 13 of 14 CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Document History Page Document Title: CY7B991V 3.3V RoboClock® Low Voltage Programmable Skew Clock Buffer Document Number: 38-07141 REV. 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