[time-nuts] LT1016 as a pulse shaper...
bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz
Sun Mar 4 05:20:47 EST 2018
Somewhat worse than an LTC6957 particularly at low offset frequencies.
Either that or the manufacturers PN noise measurement method doesn't work well at low offsets.
> On 04 March 2018 at 22:34 Leo Bodnar <leo at leobodnar.com> wrote:
> What level of jitter would you consider acceptable?
> Try PL133-37, I am using it for sinewave shaping on some of designs - including my 30ps pulser.
> On 3 Mar 2018, at 21:56, time-nuts-request at febo.com wrote:
> > >
> > From: Ulf Kylenfall <ulf_r_k at yahoo.com>
> > Gentlemen,
> > I have so far been using LT1016 as a pulse shaper and also whenever I needed toconvert a sine wave into TTL Logic levels. Some hysteresis and all the decouplingand layout precautions as recommended by LT.
> > Are there any similar or better alternatives out there that could be usedthat would provide lower jitter and that are less expenceive?
> > Ulf Kylenfall
> > SM6GXV
> > >
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