Power consumption for ADSL applications is said to be reduced by as much as 300 mW per port with the firm's THS6072 ADSL receiver. The device targets end-to-end broadband applications and enables designers to reduce operating costs, it's claimed, by lowering the power while increasing the port density of a complete DSL solution. The receiver is suited for full-rate and G.lite ADSL line cards for central office equipment and remote terminal modems. The device is a high-speed differential receiver that consumes just 3.4 mA of current per channel. It features a bandwidth of 175 MHz and a slew rate of 230V per microsecond, as well as low electrical noise characteristics of 10 nV/rtHz and a low total harmonic distortion of -79 dB. The device uses a voltage feedback amplifier architecture and operates over a wide range of power supply voltages from ±4.5V to ±15V. The device comes in the same 8-pin, small footprint SOIC and MSOP PowerPAD packages as the previous generation chip. In addition, it is pin-for-pin compatible with the THS6062. Pricing for the chip is $2.15 each/1000.
Company: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. - Semiconductor Group, Literature Response Center
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