The AM26LV32C BiCMOS quadruple differential line receiver with 3-state outputs is designed to be similar to TIA/EIA-422-B and ITU Recommendation V.11 receivers with reduced common-mode voltage range due to reduced supply voltage. The device is optimized for balanced bus transmission at switching rates up to 32 MHz. The enable function is common to all four receivers and offers a choice of active-high or active-low inputs. The 3-state outputs permit connection directly to a bus-organized system. Each device features receiver high input impedance and input hysteresis for increased noise immunity, and input sensitivity of ±200 mV over a common-mode input voltage range from -0.3 V to 5.5 V. When the inputs are open circuited, the outputs are in the high logic state. This device is designed using the Texas Instruments (TI™) proprietary LinIMPACT-C60™ technology, facilitating ultra-low power consumption without sacrificing speed. This device offers optimum performance when used with the AM26LV31 quadruple line drivers. The AM26LV32C is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C.
Switching Rates up to 32 MHz
Operates from a Single 3.3-V Supply
Ultra-Low Power Dissipation...27 mW Typ
Open-Circuit, Short-Circuit, and Terminated Fail-Safe
-0.3-V to 5.5-V Common-Mode Range With ±200 mV Sensitivity
Accepts 5-V Logic Inputs With a 3.3-V VCC
Input Hysteresis...50 mV Typ
235 mW With Four Receivers at 32 MHz
Pin-to-Pin Compatible With AM26C32, AM26LS32, and MB570
Datasheet Available:Texas Instruments AM26LV32C
SOIC 16 package. Manufactured by Texas Instruments.