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High end systems today demand extremely low noise clock signal integrity. Jitter is a critical parameter when designers are formulating their clock distribution timing budgets. An established Figure Of Merit is the 12kHz to 20MHz phase jitter measurement using no additional filtering. The table below shows measured phase jitter at three recognized bandwidths: 12kHz to 5MHz, 12kHz to 10MHz and 12kHz to 20MHz.

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Product Frequency (MHz) Output rms Phase Jitter
No Filtering
12kHz to 5MHz (fs)
rms Phase Jitter
No Filtering
12kHz to 10MHz (fs)
rms Phase Jitter
No Filtering
12kHz to 20MHz (fs)
VC-840 25 CMOS 178 214 271
VC-708 25 LVPECL 139 198 279
VC-820 25 CMOS 257 350 481
VCC1 25 CMOS 325 390 492
VC-801 25 CMOS 273 374 517
MO-9100A 25 CMOS 542 684 898
MO-9000A 25 CMOS 1243 1289 1374
 
VC-820 125 CMOS 23 31 41
VCC1 125 CMOS 23 31 43
VC-708 125 LVPECL 36 46 58
VC-840 125 CMOS 47 64 88
VC-709 125 LVDS 88 99 117
VCC6 125 LVPECL 183 255 353
VC-806 125 LVDS 272 379 525
VC-820 125 CMOS 23 31 41
 
VC-708 156.25 LVPECL 28 35 45
VC-709 156.25 LVDS 73 82 98
VC-709 156.25 LVPECL 94 102 115
VCC1 156.25 CMOS 105 121 136
VCC6 156.25 LVPECL 171 237 332
VC-806 156.25 LVPECL 180 252 352
VCC6 156.25 LVDS 188 264 369
VC-806 156.25 LVDS 195 273 378
MO-9150A 156.25 CMOS 455 467 485
MO-9200A 156.25 LVPECL 494 509 530
MO-9200A 156.25 LVDS 552 565 585
 
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