The AD9559 quad-input multiservice line-card adaptive clock translator from Analog Devices Inc. simultaneously supports different standard frequencies for wired communications applications, including synchronous Ethernet, SONET/SDH, 1/10/100G Ethernet, Fiber Channel and other applications that require low jitter, flexibility and fast time-to-market. The company says the AD9559 translator IC synchronously converts any standard input frequency to any standard output frequency at as much as 1.25 GHz with sub-400-fs RMS (root mean square) total jitter over a 12 kHz to 20 MHz integration bandwidth. The AD9559 replaces two synchronous timing devices with a single IC, helping designers with board space constraints and cost optimization, it adds. Applications include data communications, next-gen wired networking applications, test and measurement, high-speed data acquisition, video applications and wireless base-station controllers.

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