The GS6152 is a low-power, multi-rate serial digital reclocker designed to automatically recover the embedded clock from a digital video signal with reduced jitter and sample the incoming video data with the clean clock.
- SMPTE ST 2081, ST 424, ST 292, and ST 259-C compliant
- Supports reclocking data at rates of 125Mb/s, 270Mb/s, 1.485 and 1.485/1.001Gb/s, 2.97 and 2.97/1.001Gb/s, 5.94 and 5.94/1.001Gb/s
- Supports reclocking of DVB-ASI signals
- Automatic or Manual Rate Selection
- Detected rate indication in Auto Mode
- 4:1 input selector patented technology
- Two reclocked data outputs
- Four configurable GPIO pins with ability to output device status, including:
- Lock Detect
- Loss of Signal (LOS)
- Low/High bit-rate indication for slew-rate control of SDI cable drivers
- On-chip 100ohm differential input and output termination
- Bypass support for rates up to 5940Mb/s
- Manual Bypass function
- Configurable automatic Bypass when not locked
- Option to use external reference or operate referenceless
- Cascading reference buffer supports multiple reclockers using a single reference source
- Input signal equalization and output signal de-emphasis to compensate for trace dielectric losses
- Single power supply operation at 1.8V
- 130mW typical power consumption (150mW with second output enabled)
- Pb-free and RoHS compliant
- Operating temperature range: -40°C to 85°C
- SMPTE ST 2081, SMPTE ST 424, SMPTE ST 292, SMPTE ST 259-C coaxial cable serial digital interfaces
- EN50083-9 DVB-ASI interfaces
- MADI standard
(-40°C to +85°C / 4000 cycles)
(50°C, 4000 Hrs)
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