integrated device tech inc (IDTI) Key Developments
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Announces Introduction of the 5P11xx Family of Low-Jitter Universal Output Fanout Buffers
Apr 21 15
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced the expansion of its portfolios of programmable timing devices with the introduction of the 5P11xx family of low-jitter universal output fanout buffers. The devices provide high performance with just 200 fsec of additive jitter, while offering greater flexibility to design engineers. The flexible outputs allow engineers to use a single device to meet the requirements of systems utilizing multiple signal types, which can translate to reduced costs and space savings by reducing the number of required components. The device family can accept any level clock input and generate any level output. Users can specify the signal type and voltage of each output on the buffer, meaning a single device can, for example, supply LVPECL on one output, LVDS on another, and LVCMOS on a third. The high-performance devices are well suited for a wide array of applications, including products for high-end consumer, networking, computing, industrial, communications and broadcast video. With the IDT 5P11xx family of buffers, clock outputs can be individually programmed as LVDS, LVPECL, HCSL or two LVCMOS outputs per output pair, with a crystal, LVCMOS, or differential input. The chips enable four universal output pairs, as well as a reference LVCMOS output clock. Output frequencies range from 1MHz to 200MHz for LVCMOS and 1MHz to 350MHz for differential outputs. Output voltage can be individually selected (1.8V, 2.5V or 3.3V) for each output pair. The 5P1103 has two universal outputs and an LVCMOS output; the 5P1105 has four universal outputs and an LVCMOS output.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Appoints Robert A. Rango to Board of Directors
Apr 9 15
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced that Robert A. Rango, a former Broadcom Corp. executive with extensive leadership skills in the global semiconductor market, has been appointed to IDT’s Board of Directors, effective April 6, 2015. ango joined Broadcom in March 2002 and served in executive roles for over 12 years, most recently as executive vice president and general manager of Broadcom’s Mobile and Wireless Group, a role he had held since February 2011.
Integrated Device Technology Names David Chen as Vice President of Sales for China, Taiwan, India and Southeast Asia
Mar 25 15
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced it has named David Chen as vice president of sales for China, Taiwan, India, and Southeast Asia, effective March 16, 2015. Chen will be based in IDT’s Shanghai office. Chen brings more than 25 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, most at Intersil, where he worked for 13 years and left with the title of China country manager.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Introduces Ultra-Low-Jitter Family of LVCMOS Clock Buffers
Mar 24 15
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. introduced a new family of clock buffers that deliver best-in-class jitter performance in a compact package. The 5PB11xx family of LVCMOS fan out buffers provides low-jitter metrics of sub-50 fsec RMS additive phase jitter (12 KHz to 20 MHz), offering system designers greater jitter margin than competitive products to help them meet system clock requirements. The small die size enables the chip to fit within a DFN 8-pin package as small as 2 by 2 millimeters. The buffers are ideal for high-end consumer, industrial, data communications, telecommunications and computing applications where both timing budget and board space are at a premium. The new buffers are available with 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 LVCMOS outputs and can support 1.8V, 2.5V and 3.3V power supplies and outputs. They have a low output skew of 50 psec with only 14 mA core current consumption. All the devices in the new buffer family are characterized at an extended temperature of -40C to 105C enabling the new buffers to meet the requirements of automotive infotainment applications as well. As designs become more complex with tighter timing requirements, jitter will only grow as an obstacle for system designers. 5PB11xx fan out buffers give these engineers more elbow room so they can continue to innovate while meeting stringent jitter demands. Along with the 5PB11xx family, IDT has introduced a 551S and 553S 1:4 LVCMOS fan out buffer series with sub-50 fsec additive jitter in industry-standard 551 and 553 footprints. These devices are also available in 2-by-2-millimeter DFN 8-pin packages and support 1.8V, 2.5V and 3.3V power supplies and outputs. The new cost-competitive buffers start at $0.8 for 1K pricing and are available within a short lead time.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Introduces New Wireless Power Receiver
Mar 3 15
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. introduced a new wireless power receiver that delivers faster charging in an ultra-compact form factor. The P9027 magnetic induction receiver offers 80% peak system level efficiency and improved overall thermal performance. The high-efficiency architecture enables higher power transfer rates, translating into shorter charge times for portable devices such as smart phones and phablets. Supporting the Wireless Power Consortium's Qi standard, the P9027 is an 8 Watt receiver featuring an ultra compact solution size 'approximately 37 square millimeters' and requiring six fewer capacitors than competitive products. The result is less board space and a lower bill of materials cost. The device's proprietary alignment guide optimizes inductive coupling with the transmitter to maximize coil-to-coil power efficiency. The 3 V to 7 V adjustable output voltage range is capable of driving a variety of downstream power management ICs, while proprietary foreign object detection (FOD) ensures safe operation in the presence of metal objects.