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Clock Generation

High Performance Clock Generators

Cypress’s High Performance Clock Generators supports frequencies up to 2100MHz with RMS Phase Jitter of less than 1ps.These devices support reference clocks for popular interface standards such as PCIe 1/2/3, 10 GbE, SATA 1.0/2.0 and USB 1.0/2.0/3.0

Cypress portfolio of High Performance Clock Generators includes -

 

Standard Performance Clock Generators 

Cypress has a broad portfolio of standard performance clock generators with frequency support of up to 200 MHz and Cycle to Cycle jitter of 100 ps. They support a host of value-added features such as VCXO, Spread Spectrum and Output Phase Alignment.

Cypress portfolio of Standard Performance Clock Generators includes -

  • Application Specific Clocks
  • EMI Reduction Clocks
  • Programmable XOs
  • VCXO Clocks
  • Programmable Clocks​

 

PLL/SSCG ICs

  • PLL Frequency Synthesizer IC
    These are built in dual modulus pre-scaler, adaptable from 50MHz to 3GHz and it can make up low noise small serial input Phase Locked Loop (PLL) frequency enabling pulse swallowing operation.
  • SSCG (Spread Spectrum Clock Generator) 
    Magnetic Interference becomes a problem with the speed-up/high-density of electronic hardware. When the clock generator in an electronic hardware outputs the single frequency, radiation at the frequency and high-frequency becomes large. SSCG can suppress the peak lower by oscillation with slightly modulated frequency (Frequency modulation). 
Cypress’s portfolio of High performance Clock generators includes devices that generate frequencies up to 2,100 MHz with < 0.15 ps RMS Phase Jitter, and also support reference clocks for popular...
Cypress's application-specific clocks are optimized for the special requirements of their target system applications. They include Direct Rambus® clock generator and PCI Express clock generator.
These are built in dual modulus pre-scaler, adaptable from 50MHz to 3GHz and it can make up low noise small serial input Phase Locked Loop (PLL) frequency enabling pulse swallowing operation.