ETC C9822EQ

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C9822
Direct Rambus III Clock Generator
Product Features
Product Description
•
The C9822 is a Rambus compliant DRCG clock
synchronizer. It contains a Phase Locked Loop that
provides complimentary Rambus memory clocks.
Included in its functionality is the control logic to phase
and frequency synchronizing the device’s output clocks
with the system reference clock. Power management
logic is also provided for Mobile application and green
PC functionality. Also included are separate power pins
for each internal functional block so as to minimize
interaction of these sections with each other and thus
maximize the device performance.
•
•
•
•
•
High Speed Clock support - provides a 267 to
400MHz differential clock source for Direct
Rambus memory systems for an 1.6 GbPS data
transfer rate
Synchronization Flexibility - provides signals to
synchronize the clock domains of the Rambus
Channel with an external system or processor
clock, provided by C9801, C9812, C9830, C9840,
C9850, C9851, and C9853.
Power Management Support permits channel
clocks to be enabled and disabled as required
Supports Independent Channel Clocking
24 pin 150 mil SSOP Package
Supports Intel Architecture platforms
Pin Configuration
Block Diagram
REFCLK
MULT 0:1
PCLKM
PLL
Phase
Aligner
SYNCLKN
S0:2
Output
Control
Logic
CLK
CLKB
Test
Logic
VddlR
Refclk
VddP
VssP
VssI
PclkM
SynClkN
VssC
VddC
VddlPD
StopB
PwrDnB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
S0
S1
VddO
VssO
Clk
N/C
ClkB
VssO
VddO
Mult0
Mult1
S2
STOPB
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Pin Description
Pin No.
2
6
Pin Name
REFCLK
PCLKM
I/O
I
I
7
SYNCLKN
I
11
STOPB
I
12
PWRDNB
I
15, 14
MULT (0:1)
I
18, 20
24, 23
13
19
1
10
9
CLKB, CLK
S0, S1, S2
O
I
NC
VDDIR
VDDIPD
VDDC
RefV
RefV
P
Description
Reference clock input. Normally supplied by a system clock source generator.
Phase detector input: The phase difference between this signal and SYNCLKN is
used to synchronize the Rambuschannel Clock with the system clock. Both the
PCLKM and SYNCLKN are provided by the memory controller. If the gear ratio is
not used, connect this pin to ground.
Phase detector input: The phase difference between this signal and PCLKM is
used to synchronize the Rambus Channel Clock with the system clock. PCLKM
and SYNCLKN are provided by the memory controller. If the gear ratio is not
used, connect this pin to ground.
Clock Stop. When this input is driven to low state, the differential Rambus
channel clocks are disabled.
Power Down. When this input is driven to a logic low level, the differential
Rambus channel clocks are disabled and the system clock generator is placed
in a power-down mode.
PLL Multiplier Select: These inputs select the PLL prescaler and feedback
dividers to determine the multiply ratio for the PLL from the input REFLCK.
Differential Rambus  channel clock outputs.
These input pins control the operating mode of the device.
No Connect. DO NOT CONNECT ANY VOLTAGE LEVELS TO THIS PIN.
Base voltage reference level for the device’s input reference clock.
Base voltage reference for the PCLKM, SYNCLKN, and STOPB.
Power supply connection for the devices phase aligner circuitry. Connected to
3.3V supply.
VDDP
3
P
Power supply for Analog PLL circuitry. Connected to 3.3V supply.
VDDO
16, 22
P
Power supply clock output buffers. Connected to 3.3V supply. Care should be
taken when routing these power supply connections so as to not have their power
supply current is adequately bypassed (as close to the device as possible) and
their switching noise (surges) does not couple into the other device power
supplies.
VSSC
8
P
Power supply ground return connection for the devices phase aligner circuitry.
Connected to system ground.
VSSI
5
P
Reference supply ground for control input signals.
VSSP
4
P
Power supply ground return connection for Analog PLL circuitry. Should be
connected to system ground potential through a well bypassed path.
VSSO
17, 21
P
System Ground for clock output buffers. Care should be taken when routing these
power return connections so as to not have their power return current shared with
other power return paths of the device.
A bypass capacitor (0.1µ
µF) should be placed as close as possible to each Vdd pin. If these bypass
capacitors are not close to the pins their high frequency filtering characteristic will be canceled by the lead
inductance’s of the traces.
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Direct Rambus III Clock Generator
System Clock Configuration
Figure 3 shows the clocking configuration for an example Direct Rambus subsystem. The configuration shows the
interconnection of the system clock source, the C9822, and the clock signals of a memory controller ASIC. The
ASIC contains the RAC, the Rambus Memory Controller protocol engine (RMC), and logic to support
synchronizing the Channel clock with the controller clock (This diagram represents the differential clocks as a
single Busclk wire).
S0/S1/S2 STOPB
C9822
Refclk
Phase
Align
PLL
Busclk
Synclk/N
D
Pclk/M
C9801
C9812
C9830
C9840
C9850
C9851
C9853
RMC
M
Pclk
RAC
N
4
Gear
Ratio
Logic
Synclk
DLL
Figure: 3 DDLL System Architecture
This configuration achieves frequency-lock between the controller and Rambus Channel clocks (Pclk and Synclk).
these clock signals are matched and phase-aligned at the RMC/RAC boundary in order to allow data transfers to
occur across this boundary without additional latency.
The main clock source drives the system clock (Pclk) to the ASIC, and also drives the reference clock (Refclk) to
the C9822. Refclk is not the same frequency as Pclk. A PLL inside the C9822 multiplies Refclk to generate the
desired frequency for Busclk. Busclk is driven on the Rambus Channel through a terminated transmission line. At
the mid-point of the Channel, the RAC senses Busclk using its own DLL for clock alignment, followed by a fixed
divide-by-4 circuit that generates SynClk.
Pclk is the clock used in the Rambus memory controller (RMC) in the ASIC. SynClk is the clock used at the ASIC
interface of the RAC. the C9822 together with the Gear Ratio Logic enables the controller to exchange data
directly from the Pclk domain to the SynClk domain without incurring additional latency for synchronization. In
general, Pclk and SynClk can run at different frequencies, so the Gear Ratio Logic must select the appropriate M
and N dividers such that the frequencies of Pclk/M and SynClkN are equal. In one example, Pclk = 133 MHz and
SynClk = 100 MHz, and M = 4 while N = 3, giving Pclk/M = SynClk/N = 33 MHz.
The ASIC drives the output clocks, Pclk and SynClk/N from the Gear Ratio Logic to the C9822 Phase Detector
inputs. The routing of the Pclk/M and SynClk/N signal traces must be matched in impedance and propagation
delay on the ASIC as well as on the board. These signals are not part of the Rambus Channel and their routing
must be matched by board designers.
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System Clock Configuration (Cont.)
After comparing the phases of Pclk/M and SynClk/N, the C9822 Phase Detector drives a phase aligner that adjusts
the phase of the C9822 output clock, busclk. Since the other elements in the distributed loop have a fixed delay,
adjusting Busclk adjusts the phase of SynClk and thus the phase of SynClk/N.
In this manner, the distributed loop adjusts the phase of SynClk/N to match that of Pclk/M, eliminating the phase
error at the input of the C9822. When the clocks are aligned, data can be exchanged directly from the Pclk domain
to the SynClk domain.
The Gear Ratio Logic supports four clock ratios (1.0, 1.33, 1.5, 2.0), where the ratio is defined as the ratio of
Pclk/SynClk. Since Busclk - 4*synClk, this ratio also is equal to 4*Pclk/busclk.
In addition, the device is able to receive input signals that are generated from different voltage power supplies. The
controller output voltage supply is connected to the pin VDDIPD of the C9822, and is used as the reference for the
two-phase detector input signal, PclkM and SynClkN. The output voltage supply is also used as the reference for
the output enable/disable signal, StopB.
The reference clock comes from the main clock source chip. The main clock source output voltage supply is
connected to the pin VDDlR of C9822, and is used as the reference for the Refclk input signal.
Table of Frequencies and Gear Ratios
Gear Ratio Timing Diagram
Pclk
SynClk
Pclk/M =
SynClk/N
Figure: 4
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Table of Frequencies and Gear Ratios (Cont.)
Pclk
67
100
100
133
133
200
Refclk
33
50
50
67
67
100
Busclk
267
300
267
356
400
400
Synclk
67
75
67
89
100
100
A
8
6
16
16
6
4
B
1
1
3
3
1
1
M
2
8
6
6
8
4
N
2
6
4
4
6
2
Ratio
1.0
1.33
1.5
1.5
1.33
2
[email protected]
33
12.5
16.7
22
16.7
50
Table 1A. Frequencies, Dividers, and Gear Ratios
A: Feedback divider in the DRCG PLL.
B: Refclk divider in the DRCG PLL
M: Pclk divider in the gear ratio logic.
N: synclk divider in the gear ratio logic.
Table 1A above shows several supported Pclk and Busclk frequencies, the corresponding A and B dividers
required in the DRCG PLL, and the corresponding M and N dividers in the gear ratio logic. The column Ratio gives
the Gear Ratio as defined by Pclk/Synclk (same as M/N). The column [email protected] gives the divided down frequency (in
MHz) at the Phase Detector, where [email protected] = Pclk/M = Synclk/N.
Table 1B below show examples of CLK/CLKB frequencies for different DRCG input frequencies.
Mult0
Mult1
DRCG input Frequency
CLK and CLKB
output frequency
0
0
75 MHz
300 MHz
0
1
50 MHz
300 MHz
1
0
50 MHz
267 MHz
1
1
50 MHz
400 MHz
0
0
66 MHz
267 MHz
0
1
66 MHz
400 MHz
1
0
66 MHz
356 MHz
1
1
33 MHz
Table 1B: CLK and CLKB example frequencies
267 MHz
Selection Logic
Mult0
Mult1
A
B
0
0
4
1
0
1
6
1
1
0
16
3
1
1
8
Table 2: PLL Divider Selection
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Selection Logic (Cont.)
Table 2 shows the logic for selecting the PLL prescaler and feedback dividers to determine the multiply ratio for the
PLL from the input Refclk. Divider A sets the feedback and divider B sets the prescaler, so the PLL output is set
by: PLLclk = Refclk*A/B.
Mode
StopB
Clk
ClkB
Normal
1
PAclk
PAclkB
Clk Stop
0
VX,STOP
VX,STOP
Table 3: Clk Stop Mode Selection
Table 3 shows the logic for enabling the clock outputs, using the StopB input signal. When StopB is high, the
DRCG is in its normal mode, and Clk and ClkB are complementary outputs following the Phase Aligner output
(PAclk). When StopB is low, the DRCG is in the Clk Stop mode, the output drivers are both disabled (set to Hi-Z),
and the Clk and ClkB outputs both drive DC voltages (VX,STOP) as given in Table 11. The level of VX,STOP is set by
internal resistor dividers.
Mode
S0
S1
S2
Bypclk (Int.)
Clk
ClkB
Normal
0
0
0
Gnd
PAclk
PAclkB
Bypass
1
0
0
PLLclk
PLLclk
PLLclkB
Test
1
1
0
Refclk
Refclk
RefclkB
Vendor Test A
0
0
1
-
-
-
Vendor Test B
1
0
1
-
-
-
Reserved
1
1
1
-
-
-
Output Test (OE)
0
1
X
-
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Table 4: Bypass and Test Mode Selection
Power Management Functions
Mode
PwrDnB
Clk
ClkB
Normal
1
PAclk
PAclkB
PowerDown
0
Gnd
Gnd
Table 5: Powerdown Mode Selection
Table 5 shows the logic for selecting the Powerdown mode, using the PwrDnB input signal. PwrDnB is active low
(enabled when 0). When PwrDnB is disabled, the DRCG is in its normal mode. When PwrDnB is enabled, the
DRCG is put into a powered-off state, and the Clk and ClkB outputs are both low (ground).
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Power Management Functions (Cont.)
The device is able to turn off the Rambus Channel clock to minimize power for mobile and other power-sensitive
applications. In the “clock off” mode, the device remains on while the output is disabled, allowing fast transitions
between the clock-off and clock-on states. This mode could be used in conjunction with the Nap mode of the
RDRAMs and Rambus ASIC Cell (RAC). When output clocks are in a power down mode they are driven to and
held at a logic low level by the device.
In the “power down” mode, the device is completely powered down for minimum power dissipation. This mode is
used in conjunction with the power down modes of the RDRAMs and RAC.
The device has three operating states: Normal, Clock off and Powerdown. In normal mode, the clock source is on,
and the output is enabled. In Clock off mode, the clock source is on, but the output is disabled (StopB asserted). In
powerdown mode, the device is powered down with the control signal PwrDnB equal to 0. the control signals
Mult0, Mult1, S0, S1, and S2 must be stable before power is applied to the device, and can only be changed in
power-down mode (PwrDnB=0).
Power Management Modes
State
PwrDnB
StopB
Normal
1
1
Clock Off
1
0
Powerdown
0
X
Table 6: Control Signals for Clock Source States
Upon applying power to the device, the device can enter any state, depending on the settings of the control
signals, PwrDnB and StopB. the clock source output need not be glitch-free during state transitions.
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State Transitions
The clock source has three fundamental operating states. Figure 5 shows the state diagram with each transition
labeled A through J. Note that the clock source output need NOT be glitch-free during state transitions.
Vdd turn-on
G
J
Normal
F
B
A
E
D
Vdd turn-on
Powerdown
Clk Stop
Vdd turn-on
H
C
Figure 5: Clock Source State Diagram
Upon powering up the device, the device can enter any state, depending on the settings of the control signals
PwrDnB and StopB.
In Powerdown mode, the clock source is powered down with the control signal, PwrDnB, equal to 0. The control
signals S0, S1, and S2 must be stable before power is applied to the device, and can only be changed in
Powerdown mode (PwrDnB=0). The reference inputs, VddIR and VddIPd, may remain on or may be grounded
during the Powerdown mode.
The control signals Mult0, Mult1 can be used in two ways. If they are changed during Powerdown mode, then the
Powerdown transition timings determine the settling time of the DRCG. However, the Mult0 and Mult1 control
signals can also be changed during Normal mode. When the Mult control signals are “hot swapped” in this manner,
the Mult transition timings determine the settling time of the DRCG.
In Clk Stop mode, the clock source is on, but the output is disabled (StopB de-asserted). The VddIPD reference
input may remain on or may be grounded during the Clk Stop mode. The VddIR reference input must remain on
during the Clk Stop mode.
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State Transitions Timing Diagrams
Powerdown Exit and Entry
PwrDnB
tPOWERON
tPOWERUP
Clk/ClkB
Figure: 6
Output Enable Control
StopB
tON
tSTOP
tCLKON
tCLKOFF
tCLKSETL
Clk/ClkB
Clock output settled within 50 pS of
the phase before disabled.
Output clock not
specified, glitches
may occur.
Clock enabled and
glitch free
Figure: 7
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Mult Transition Timing Diagrams
Mult0 and/
or Mult1
tMULT
Clk/ClkB
Figure: 8
Transition Specifications
From
To
A
Powerdown
Normal
Transition Latency
(target spec)
Symbol
Max
tPOWERUP
3 ms
C
Powerdown
Clk Stop
tPOWERUP
3 ms
G
Vdd on
Normal
tPOWERUP
3 ms
H
Vdd on
Clk Stop
tPOWERUP
3 ms
J
Normal
Normal
tMULT
1 ms
E
Clk Stop
Normal
tCLKON
10 ns
E
Clk Stop
Normal
tCLKSETL
20
cycles
Normal
Normal or
Clk Stop
Clk Stop
Powerdown
tCLKOFF
tPOWERDN
5 ns
1ms
Transition
F
B,D
Description
Time from PwrDnB to Clk/ClkB output settled
(excluding tDISTLOCK).
Time from PwrDnB to when the internal PLL
and clock has turned on and settled.
Time from Vdd is applied and settled to Clk/ClkB
output settled (excluding tDISTLOCK).
Time from Vdd is applied and settled to the
internal PLL and clock has turned on and settled.
Time from Mult0 or Mult1 change to Clk/ClkB
output re-settled (excluding tDISTLOCK).
Time from StopB to when Clk/ClkB provides
glitch-free clock edges.
Time from stopB to Clk/ClkB output settled to
within 50 ps of the phase before StopB was
disabled.
Time from StopB to Clk/BlkB output disabled.
Time from PwerDnB to the device in
Powerdown.
Table 7: State Transition Latency Specifications
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Transition Specifications (Cont.)
Figure 7 shows that the Clk Stop to Normal transition goes through three phases. During tCLKON, the clock output
is not specified and can have glitches. For tCLKON < t<tCLKSETL, the clock output is enabled and must be glitchfree. For t>tCLKSETL, the clock output phase must be settled to within 50 ps of the phase before the clock output
was disabled. At this time, the clock output must also meet the voltage and timing specifications in Table 11. The
outputs are in a high impedance state during the Clk Stop mode (see Table 7). The above specification apply when
the output has been held in the ClkStop state for less than tSTOP of Table 8.
Symbol
Min
tSTOP
tON
Max
Units
Description
100
µS
Max time in Clk Stop (StopB=0) before re-entering Normal mode (StopB=1).
nS
Min time in Normal mode (StopB=1) before re-entering Clk Stop (StopB=0)
100
Table 8: StopB Control Timing
After the DRCG PLL has settled, the distributed loop containing the phase aligner must also settle. This settling
time depends on components in the distributed loop which are outside of the clock source. Therefore, this settling
time is not a component specification.
The maximum lock time for the distributed loop is specified in Table 9 below. Note that the total time for the output
clock to settle from the Powerdown state to the Normal state is the sum of tPOWERUP plus tDISTLOCK. Similarly,
if the Mult0 and Mult1 control signals are changed during the Normal state, the total time for the output clock to resettle is the sum of tMULT plus tDISTLOCK.
Symbol
tDISTLOCK
Min
Max
Units
Description
5
mS
Time from when Clk/ClkB output is settled to when the phase error between
SynClkN and PclkM falls with the tERR-PD spec in Table 11.
Table 9: Distributed Loop Lock Time Specification
Maximum Ratings
Voltage Relative to VSS:
-0.3V
Voltage Relative to VDD:
0.3V
Storage Temperature:
0ºC to + 125ºC
Ambient Temperature:
0ºC to +70ºC
Maximum Power Supply:
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7V
This device contains circuitry to protect the inputs
against damage due to high static voltages or electric
field; however, precautions should be taken to avoid
application of any voltage higher than the maximum
rated voltages to this circuit. For proper operation,
Vin and Vout should be constrained to the range:
VSS<(Vin or Vout)<VDD
Unused inputs must always be tied to an appropriate
logic voltage level (either VSS or VDD).
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DC Parameters
Characteristic
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Supply Voltage
VDD
3.135
-
3.465
V
Input (scalable CMOS)
Signal Low Voltage
VIL
-
-
0.3
Vdd
Input (scalable CMOS)
Signal High Voltage
VIH
0.7
-
-
Vdd
Refclk Input Low Voltage
VIL,R
-
-
0.3
VddlR
Refclk Input High Voltage
VIH,R
0.7
-
-
VddlR
Input Low Voltage
VIL,PD
-
-
0.3
VddlPD
Input High Voltage
VIH,PD
0.7
-
-
VddlPD
Input Supply Reference
VDDI,R,
1.235
-
3.465
V
Input Supply Reference for
PD inputs
VDDI,PD
1.235
2.625
V
Channel Impedance
ZCH
Tri-State leakage Current
Ioz
50
uA
Ipowerdown
200
uA
Current in Clk Stop state
(stopB = 0)
Iclkstop
50
mA
Current in Normal state
(stopB = 1)
Inormal
100
mA
Reference Current in
Powerdown state
(PwrDnB=0)
Iref,pwdn
50
µA
Reference Current in
Normal or ClkStop state
(PwrDnB=1)
Iref,norm
2
mA
Current in Powerdown
state
(PwrDnB=0)
28
Units
Conditions
ohms
=3.3V ± 5%, TA = 0ºC to +70ºC
Note 1. DC bias = 0.9V, and VAC < 100mV
Table 10: Electrical Characteristics
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Device Parameters
Characteristic
Symbol
Output Duty Cycle over 10,000 cycles
Clock cycle time
Max
Units
DC
40%
50%
60%
t cycle
2.5
-
3.75
nS
-
100
pS
Jitter over 1-6 clock cycles at 400 Mhz
Jitter over 1-6 clock cycles at 356 Mhz
Typ
tCYCLE
a
a
Min
-
140
pS
a
tj
-
140
pS
a
-
160
pS
Jitter over 1-6 clock cycles at 300 Mhz
Jitter over 1-6 clock cycles at 267 MHz
Phase Aligner phase step size (at Clk/ClkB)
tSTEP
2
Phase Detector phase error for distributed loop
Measured at PcklM-SynclkN (rising edges) (does not
include clock Jitter)
tERR,PD
-100
-
100
pS
PLL output phase error when tracking SSC
tERR,SSC
-100
-
100
pS
Output voltage during Clk Stop (StopB=0)
VX,STOP
1.1
-
2.0
V
Output crossing-point voltage
pS
VX
1.3
-
1.8
V
VCOS
0.4
-
0.6
V
VOH
-
-
2.0
V
VOL
1.0
-
-
V
ROUT
12
-
50
Ω
Output current during Hi-Z (S0=1, S1=1)
IOZ
-
-
50
µA
Output current during Clk Stop (StopB=0)
IOZ,STOP
-
500
µA
Output voltage swing
b
Output high voltage
Output low voltage
Output dynamic resistance (at pins)
c
Cycle-to-cycle duty cycle error at 400 MHz
Cycle-to-cycle duty cycle error at 300 MHz
tDC,ERR
Cycle-to-cycle duty cycle error at 267 MHz
-
-
50
pS
-
-
70
pS
-
-
80
pS
-
400
pS
100
pS
Output rise and fall times (measured at 20% - 80%
of output voltage)
tCR, tCF
160
Difference between rise and fall times on the same
pin of a single device (20% - 80%)
tCR, tCF
-
Conditions
=3.3V ± 5%, TA = 0ºC to +70ºC
a. Output short term jitter spec is peak to peak.
b. VCOS = VOH – VOL
c. ROUT= ∆VO/∆IO. This is defined at the output pins, not at the measurement point.
Table 11: Device Characteristics
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AC Operating Conditions
Characteristic
Symbol
Refclk Input Cycle Time
Min
Typ
10
-
40
nS
6
a
-
40
nS
-
-
250
pS
40%
-
60%
tCYCLE
30
-
33
kHz
-
-
0.6
%
d
tCYCLE,IN
a
Faster speed bin for Refclk input cycle time
Input Cycle-to-cycle jitter
b
tJ,IN
Input Duty Cycle over 10,000 cycles
DCIN
Input Frequency of Modulation
c
fMIN,IN
C
c
PM,IN
Modulation index for triangular modulation
Modulation index for non-triangular modulation
Max
Units
-
-
0.5
%
tCYCLE, PD
30
-
100
nS
Initial Phase Error at Phase Detector Inputs (required
range of phase aligner)
tERR,INIT
-0.5
-
0.5
tCYCLE,PD
Phase Detector Input Duty Cycle over 10,000 Cycles
DCIN,PD
25%
-
75%
tCYCLE,PD
tI,SR
1
-
4
V/nS
CIN,PD
-
-
7
pF
∆CIN,PD
-
-
0.5
pF
Phase Detector Input Cycle time at PclkM and
SynclkN
Input Slew Rate (measured at 20% - 80% of input
voltage) for PclkM, SynclkN, and Refclk
Input Capacitance at PclkM, SynclkN, and Refclk
e
Input Capacitance Matching at PclkM and SynclkN
e
Input Capacitance at Scalable CMOS Pins (excluding
CIN,CMOS
10
pF
e
PclkM, SynclkN, and Refclk)
a. Faster speed bin for future systems (not a requirement now), and applicable for VDDI,R>1.7V only
b. Refclk jitter measured at VDDI,R(nom)/2
c. If input modulation is used; input modulation is allowed but not required.
d. The amount of allowed spreading for any non-triangular modulation is determined by the induced downstream
tracking skew, which cannot exceed the skew generated by the specified 0.6% triangular modulation. Typically, the
amount of allowed non-triangular modulation is about 0.5%.
e. Capacitance measured at Freq = 1 MHz, DC bias = 0.9V, and VAC<100mV
Table 12: AC Operating Conditions
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Test Circuit
Logic Select Jumper
Vdd
S0
A
S1
S2
PLL
CLK
CLKB
RefClk
B
Scope
Ch1
Ch2
PD
DRCG
Vss
Variable Delay
(50 - 200 pSec).
M
Counter
Variable Delay
(50 - 200 pSec).
N
Counter
TESTclk
Test Board
Figure 9: Characterization Test Fixture
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Output Buffer Termination
Measurement Point
68 10 pF
Ohm
28 Ohm
C9822
39 Ohm
27 Ohm
100 pF
100 pF
DRCG
27 Ohm
68
Ohm
39 Ohm
28 Ohm
10 pF
Measurement Point
Figure 10: Output Termination
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Package Drawing and Dimensions
24 Pin QSOP Outline Dimensions
INCHES
C
SYMBOL
L
H
E
MILLIMETERS
MIN
NOM
MAX
MIN
NOM
MAX
A
0.053
0.064
0.069
1.35
1.63
1.75
A1
0.004
0.006
0.010
0.102
0.152
0.254
A2
0.055
-
0.059
1.40
-
1.50
B
0.008
-
0.012
0.203
-
0.305
C
0.007
-
0.010
0.178
-
0.254
D
0.337
0.341
0.344
8.56
8.66
8.74
E
0.150
0.154
0.157
3.81
3.91
3.99
a
D
A2
A
e
A1
e
B
0.025 BSC
0.635 BSC
H
0.228
0.235
0.244
5.79
5.97
6.20
L
0.016
0.025
0.050
0.406
0.635
1.27
a
0º
-
8º
0º
-
8º
Ordering Information
Part Number
Package Type
C9822EQ
24 PIN QSOP
Note:
Production Flow
Commercial, 0ºC to +70ºC
The ordering part number is formed by a combination of device number, device revision, package style,
and screening as shown below.
Marking: Example:
Date Code
C9822EQ
Lot #
C9822EQ
Package
Q = QSOP (150 mil SSOP)
Revision
Device Number
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Notice
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performance or reliability. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation assumes no responsibility for the use of its
products in life supporting and medical applications where the failure or malfunction of the product could cause
failure of the life supporting and medical systems. Products are not authorized for use in such applications unless a
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Document Title: C9822 Direct Rambus® III Clock Generator
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Date
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