Transceiver chips

Oct. 1, 1997

Transceiver chips

Single-chip serializer/deserializer (SerDes) transceiver chips incorporate ttl parallel input/output ports, high-speed phase-locked loops, a parallel-to-serial converter, high-speed serial clock and data recovery, comma character recognition, byte alignment circuitry, and a serial-to-parallel converter. The transceiver chip comes in either a 10- or 14-mm 64-pin surface-mount package (Models hdmp-1636 and hdmp-1646, respectively) and has high-speed outputs capable of interfacing directly to copper cables or to a fiber-optic module for optical transmission.

Hewlett-Packard Co.

Santa Clara, CA

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