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Question: What is the FIT rate for the CY29947? Answer: The failure rate for the CY29947 is less than 1.1 FITs. This is based on an equivalent of 879 million hours of life test data at an operating condition ... Question: What is theta Ja for CY2304? Answer: CY2304: Theta Ja = 194.31 degree C/W. Question: What is the value of Theta Ja & Theta Jc for CY7B994V? Answer: For CY7B994V-2BBI (BGA Package): Theta Ja = 56.3 °C/W Theta Jc = 32.6 °C/W For CY7B994V-2AI (TQ... Question: What is the tracking skew of CY7B994V? Answer: Usually tracking skew or tracking jitter is not specified in most of RoboClock data sheets. However, RoboClock datasheets have a Tot... Question: Could you provide me with the exact failure rate (FIT) number for the W152-1GT ? Answer: The exact FIT rate is 2. The part number W152-1GT was changed to CY23S08SXC-1T. Question: What is the difference between CY23S08 and W152? Answer: The W152 and the CY23S08 is the same part. Cypress Semiconductor bought IC-Works which made the W152. Cypress's intent was to Cypressized all... Question: What are the Theta Ja and Theta Jc values for CY7B993 / CY7B994 RoboClockII? Answer: The thermal values with the different packages are as follows: CY7B993V-2BBC JA = 49.06687956 C/W JC = 5.69 C... Question: What is the maximum achievable skew with RoboClockII? Answer: The skew granularity available with RoboClock is dependent on the part (CY7B993V or CY7B994V) employed, the FS setting, and the operatin... Question: What are the required voltage levels of a three level input? How do you model a three-level input? Answer: The voltage levels are VIHH, VIMM, and VILL on the data sheet. The ranges for the CY7... Question: Can I get the tracking skew of CY7B994V? Answer: Please note that we usually do not offer tracking skew or tracking jitter on most of our RoboClock data sheets. However, our RoboClock datasheets have... Question: Can an external divider be used in a feedback loop? Answer: The RoboClockII (CY7B993/4V) has internal divide capability of up to divide-by-twelve. If a higher divide ratio is needed, it is possible ... Question: When using pull down resistors for the xFx inputs? Answer: The device (RoboClock - CY7B991) control inputs xFn bias conditions. Specifically in the case of pull down resistors use zero Ohms. And use ... Question: The CY2309NZ datasheet specifies a 40-60% duty cycle. Does this mean that with an input clock with variable duty cycle the part will be corrected to a 40-60% duty cycle output? Answer: The CY2... Question: Do you have any programmable clock devices that can have outputs at 0, 45, 90, 135 degrees? Answer: We do not have any programmable clock devices that can give synchronized clock outputs at 0, ... Question: Why is the output of the CY2308-2 inverted in bypass mode? Answer: The outputs of the CY2308-2 and the CY2308-3 are inverted when operating in bypass mode. This is caused by an extra inverter in the... Question: Is the input of CY7B9950 5V tolerant? Answer: When VDD is 3.3V, the input of CY7B9950 is 5V tolerant. If VDD is 2.5V, the input of CY7B9950 is 3.3V tolerant. Question: Do you have similar device with the same foot print and voltage as CY2304SXI-1 ? Answer: We have a non-zero delay buffer with the same foot print. The part is CY2304NZ and it operates at 3.3V and fre... Question: What is the gate count and number of transistors for the CY2308? Answer: The CY2308 has approximately 5200 transistors or about 1300 gates. Question: What is the specification for the duty cycle of the input clock for CY2305 / CY2305C / CY2309 / CY2309C? Answer: There is no specification for the input clock duty cycle for CY2305 / CY2305C/ CY2309... Question: Do all RoboClock family parts have Spread Aware Characteristics? Answer: Only the CY7B995 and CY7B9950 are spread aware. All other RoboClocks are not spread aware. Note that not all PLL based produc...
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