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3.3V, 100MHz 1:10 Output Non-Inverting Clock Driver, Industrial Temperature Operation

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The PI49FCT3807 is a 3.3V 1-to-10 clock driver. This low skew clock driver features one input and ten outputs fanout. The large fanout from a single input line reduced loading on input clock. TTL level outputs reduce noise levels on the part. Typical applications are clock and signal distribution.


  • 3V Version of PI49FCT807
  • Ultra Low Skew: 0.35ns
  • Low Input Capacitance
  • Minimum Duty Cycle Distortion
  • 1:10 Fanout
  • High Speed: 3.5ns Propagation
  • TTL Input and CMOS Output Compatible
    • VOH = 3.3V (typical)
    • VOL = 0.3V (typical)
  • Industrial Temperature: –40°C to +85°C
  • 3V ±10% Operation
  • Totally Lead-Free & Fully RoHS Compliant (Notes 1 & 2)
  • Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device (Note 3)
  • For automotive applications requiring specific change control (i.e. parts qualified to AEC-Q100/101/104/200, PPAP capable, and manufactured in IATF 16949 certified facilities), please contact us or your local Diodes representative. https://www.diodes.com/quality/product-definitions/
  • Packaging (Pb-free & Green):
    • 20-pin 150-mil wide QSOP (Q)
    • 20-pin 209-mil wide SSOP (H)

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Compliance(Only Automotive supports PPAP) Standard
Function Buffer
Number of Outputs 10
Output Type(s) CMOS
Maximum Output Frequency (MHz) 100
Additive Jitter (ps) N/A
Supply Voltage (V) 3.3
Input Type(s) CMOS
Skew (ps) 350
Ambient or Junction Temperature (°C) -40 to 85 °C

Product Change Notices (PCNs)

A PCN may only apply to specific orderable part numbers in this datasheet. Please refer to the corresponding PCN to see the exact orderable part number(s) affected.

PCN # Issue Date Implementation Date Subject
PCN-2488 2020-10-20 2021-01-20 Fab Porting from Global Foundries to MagnaChip, Assembly Site Transfer, and BOM Change