DUAL DIFFERENTIAL LINE DRIVERS
SLLS070C − SEPTEMBER 1973 − REVISED MARCH 1997
D Choice of Open-Collector, Open-Emitter, or
D High-Impedance Output State for
SN55113 . . . J OR W PACKAGE
SN75113 . . . N PACKAGE
D Single-Ended or Differential AND/NAND
D Single 5-V Supply
D Dual Channel Operation
D Compatible With TTL
D Short-Circuit Protection
D High-Current Outputs
D Common and Individual Output Controls
D Clamp Diodes at Inputs and Outputs
D Easily Adaptable to SN55114 and SN75114
SN55113 . . . FK PACKAGE
D Designed for Use With SN55115 and
The SN55113 and SN75113 dual differential line
drivers with 3-state outputs are designed to
provide all the features of the SN55114 and
3 2 1 20 19
9 10 11 12 13
SN75114 line drivers with the added feature of
driver output controls. Individual controls are
provided for each output pair, as well as a
common control for both output pairs. If any output
NC − No internal connection
is low, the associated output is in a high-impedance state and the output can neither drive nor load the bus. This
permits many devices to be connected together on the same transmission line for party-line applications.
The output stages are similar to TTL totem-pole outputs, but with the sink outputs, YS and ZS, and the
corresponding active pullup terminals, YP and ZP, available on adjacent package pins.
The SN55113 is characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of − 55°C to 125°C. The
SN75113 is characterized for operation over the temperature range of 0°C to 70°C.
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