The AM26C31 is a differential line driver with complementary outputs, designed to meet the requirements of TIA/EIA-422-B and ITU (formerly CCITT). The 3-state outputs have high-current capability for driving balanced lines, such as twisted-pair or parallel-wire transmission lines, and they provide the high-impedance state in the power-off condition. The enable functions are common to all four drivers and offer the choice of an active-high (G) or active-low (G) enable input. BiCMOS circuitry reduces power consumption without sacrificing speed.
The AM26C31C is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C, the AM26C31I is characterized for operation from –40°C to 85°C, the AM26C31Q is characterized for operation over the automotive temperature range of –40°C to 125°C, and the AM26C31M is characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of –55°C to 125°C.
Meets or Exceeds the Requirements of
TIA/EIA-422-B and ITU Recommendation V.11
Low Power, ICC = 100 μA Typ
Operates From a Single 5-V Supply
High Speed, tPLH = tPHL = 7 ns Typ
Low Pulse Distortion, tsk(p) = 0.5 ns Typ
High Output Impedance in Power-Off
Improved Replacement for AM26LS31
Available in Q-Temp Automotive
– High-Reliability Automotive Applications
– Configuration Control/Print Support
– Qualification to Automotive Standards
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