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MC100LVEL17 Datasheet

Low-Voltage Quad Differential Receiver

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MOTOROLA
SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA
LowĆVoltage Quad
Differential Receiver
The MC100LVEL17 is a low-voltage, quad differential receiver. The
device is functionally equivalent to the E116 device with the capability of
operation from either a –3.3V or +3.3V supply voltage. The MC100EL17
is pin and functionally equivalent to the MC100LVEL17, but is specified
for operation at the standard 100E ECL voltage supply.
The LVEL17 provides a VBB output for either single-ended use or as a
DC bias for AC coupling to the device. The VBB pin should be used only
as a bias for the LVEL17 as its current sink/source capability is limited.
Whenever used, the VBB pin should be bypassed to ground via a 0.01µf
capacitor.
Under open input conditions, the D input will be biased at VCC/2 and
the D input will be pulled down to VEE. This operation will force the Q
output LOW and ensure stability.
325ps Propagation Delay
High Bandwidth Output Transitions
>2000V ESD Protection
Operates from –3.3/–4.5V (or +3.3/+5.0V) Supply
Logic Diagram and Pinout: 20-Lead SOIC (Top View)
VCC Q0 Q0 Q1 Q1 Q2 Q2 Q3 Q3 VEE
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
MC100LVEL17
MC100EL17
20
1
DW SUFFIX
PLASTIC SOIC PACKAGE
CASE 751D-04
PIN NAMES
Pins
Dn
Qn
VBB
Function
Data Inputs
Data Outputs
Reference Voltage Output
12
VCC D0
345
D0 D1 D1
67
D2 D2
8 9 10
D3 D3 VBB
MC100LVEL17
DC CHARACTERISTICS (VEE = –3.0V to –3.8V; VCC = GND) Note 1
–40°C
0°C
25°C
85°C
Symbol
Characteristic
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Unit
IEE Power Supply Current
26 31
26 31
26 31
27 33 mA
VBB
Output Reference Voltage –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 V
IIH Input HIGH Current
150 150 150 150 µA
IINL Input LOW Current Dn 0.5
Dn –300
0.5
–300
0.5
–300
0.5
–300
µA
1. All other DC characteristics are the same as Standard 100K ECL.
4/95
© Motorola, Inc. 1996
4–1
REV 2


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MC100LVEL17 Datasheet

Low-Voltage Quad Differential Receiver

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MC100LVEL17 MC100EL17
MC100LVEL17
AC CHARACTERISTICS (VEE = –3.0V to –3.8V; VCC = GND)
–40°C
0°C
25°C
85°C
Symbol
Characteristic
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Unit
tPLH
tPHL
tSKEW
Propagation Delay Diff
D to Q
S.E.
Skew Output–to–Output1
Part–to–Part (Diff)1
Duty Cycle (Diff)2
330
280
530 340
580 290
75
200
25
540 350
590 300
75
200
25
550 360
600 310
75
200
25
560 ps
610
75 ps
200
25
VPP
VCMR
Minimum Input Swing3
Common Mode Range4
VPP < 500mV
VPP 500mV
150
–2.0
–1.8
150
–0.4 –2.1
–0.4 –1.9
150
–0.4 –2.1
–0.4 –1.9
150
–0.4 –2.1
–0.4 –1.9
mV
V
–0.4
–0.4
tr Output Rise/Fall Times Q 280
tf (20% – 80%)
550 280
550 280
550 280
550 ps
1. Skews are valid across specified voltage range, part–to–part skew is for a given temperature.
2. Duty cycle skew is the difference between a TPLH and TPHL propagation delay through a device.
3. Minimum input swing for which AC parameters guaranteed. The device has a DC gain of 40.
4. The CMR range is referenced to the most positive side of the differential input signal. Normal operation is obtained if the HIGH level falls within
the specified range and the peak-to-peak voltage lies between VPPmin and 1V. The lower end of the CMR range varies 1:1 with VEE. The
numbers in the spec table assume a nominal VEE = –3.3V. Note for PECL operation, the VCMR(min) will be fixed at 3.3V – |VCMR(min)|.
MC100EL17
DC CHARACTERISTICS (VEE = –4.2V to –5.5V; VCC = GND) Note 1
–40°C
0°C
25°C
85°C
Symbol
Characteristic
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Unit
IEE Power Supply Current
26 31
26 31
26 31
27 33 mA
VBB
Output Reference Voltage –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 –1.38
–1.26 V
IIH Input HIGH Current
150 150 150 150 µA
IINL Input LOW Current Dn 0.5
Dn –300
0.5
–300
0.5
–300
0.5
–300
µA
1. All other DC characteristics are the same as Standard 100K ECL.
MC100EL17
AC CHARACTERISTICS (VEE = –4.20V to –5.5V; VCC = GND)
–40°C
0°C
25°C
85°C
Symbol
Characteristic
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Unit
tPLH
tPHL
tSKEW
Propagation Delay Diff
D to Q
S.E.
Skew Output–to–Output1
Part–to–Part (Diff)1
Duty Cycle (Diff)2
330
280
530 340
580 290
75
200
25
540 350
590 300
75
200
25
550 360
600 310
75
200
25
560 ps
610
75 ps
200
25
VPP
VCMR
Minimum Input Swing3
Common Mode Range4
VPP < 500mV
VPP 500mV
150
–3.2
–3.0
150
–0.4 –3.3
–0.4 –3.1
150
–0.4 –3.3
–0.4 –3.1
150
–0.4 –3.3
–0.4 –3.1
mV
V
–0.4
–0.4
tr Output Rise/Fall Times Q 280
tf (20% – 80%)
550 280
550 280
550 280
550 ps
1. Skews are valid across specified voltage range, part–to–part skew is for a given temperature.
2. Duty cycle skew is the difference between a TPLH and TPHL propagation delay through a device.
3. Minimum input swing for which AC parameters guaranteed. The device has a DC gain of 40.
4. The CMR range is referenced to the most positive side of the differential input signal. Normal operation is obtained if the HIGH level falls within
the specified range and the peak-to-peak voltage lies between VPPmin and 1V. The lower end of the CMR range varies 1:1 with VEE. The
numbers in the spec table assume a nominal VEE = –4.5V. Note for PECL operation, the VCMR(min) will be fixed at 5.0V – |VCMR(min)|.
MOTOROLA
4–2 ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite
DL140 — Rev 3


Part Number MC100LVEL17
Description Low-Voltage Quad Differential Receiver
Maker Motorola
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