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Diodes' PI3L series of logic circuits are produced using the Company’s advanced sub-micron CMOS technology, achieving industry leading performance. The PI3L301D is a 16- to 8-bit multiplexer/demultiplexer LAN Switch. Industry leading advantages include a propagation delay of less than 250ps, resulting from its low channel resistance and I/O capacitance. The device multiplexes differential outputs from a Gigabit Ethernet transceiver (PHY) device to one of two corresponding B1 or B2 outputs. The switch is bidirectional and offers little or no attenuation of the high-speed signals at the outputs. It is designed for low bit-to-bit skew, high channel-to-channel noise isolation and is compatible with various standards, such as 10/100/ 1000 Base-T (Ethernet). Generally, this part can be used to replace mechanical relays in low-voltage LAN applications that interface a physical layer over CAT 5 or CAT 6 unshielded twisted pair cable through an isolation transformer.
RON is 4Ω typical
Low bit-to-bit skew: 200ps
Low crosstalk: –27dB @ 250MHz
Low Current Consumption: 20µA
Near-Zero propagation delay: 250ps
Switching speed: 9ns
Channel On-Capacitance: 9.5pF (typical)
VCC Operating Range: +3.0V to +3.6V
ESD >3000V . . . Human Body Model
>350 MHz bandwidth (or data frequency)
Packaging (Pb-free & Green available): 48-pin 240 mil wide plastic TSSOP (A)
Dual Physical Layer Device sharing to one interface connector
SONET OC-12(622Mbps) signal routing
Routes physical layer signals for 10/100/1000 Mbit Ethernet