Introducing Kyocera’s compact differential output oscillator for ADAS that is suitable for high-speed and large-capacity communications.
The crystal component required for ADAS applications is a "compact differential output oscillator" that offers high frequency and resistance to noise.
Compact differential output oscillators are noise-resistant and do not disturb signals easily, thus contributing to in-vehicle communications that require high-speed, large-capacity communications.
What is Noise Resistance?
Electronic noise or noise from a thermal cooling fan can disturb the signal from the oscillator. Too much noise can cause communication errors and signal transmission delays, resulting in low-capacity, low-speed communication.
By resisting such noise, the signal is less likely to be disturbed, enabling high-speed and large-capacity communication.
Differential Signal Source Required for Clock Oscillators
PCI Express and Ethernet use serial differential signals for high-speed, high-capacity signal transmission.
Therefore, the clock oscillator, which is the standard for high-speed transmission and synchronization control, requires high frequency and low noise, and requires a differential signal source.
Features of Small Differential Output Oscillators
Because of the low-voltage operation, the rise and fall time of the signal is very fast, enabling high-speed and large-capacity transmission.
Also, even when noise is applied, it is canceled by two signals, so it is resistant to noise.
Kyocera's Compact Differential Output Oscillator for ADAS
Achieves Differential, Compact, High-Frequency, and Low Noise
100 / 125 / 156.25MHz
Operating Temperature Range
-40 to +85℃
LV-PECL / LVDS / HCSL
2.0x 1.6mm / 2.5x2.0mm / 3.2x2.5mm
Mass Production: CY25 (After January)
Data is based on research by Kyocera.
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