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Old 22nd February 2005, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default TI low jitter clocks: PLL1700


Has someone seen TI's audio clocks?

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Old 22nd February 2005, 07:08 PM   #2
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I did.

Low Clock Jitter: 50 ps (Typical).
It's only audio. Member of the non modular PCB design committee
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Old 22nd February 2005, 07:11 PM   #3
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I've been using them for a while with pretty good results. For example they work great in upgrading cd-rom's 33,86 Mhz jittery resonator. Also worked great in some dac designs.
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Old 23rd February 2005, 03:07 PM   #4
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What is the purpouse you want to use it for?? If you want to synchronise your audio clock you will need a different PLL, that can be tunet to external source /to generate lower-jitter sync. MCLK/
And if you want a clear audio clock, say 24.576, it is better to use fixed frequency low-jitter osc.
These clocks are present in some /better designed/ DVD players, and there they work fine, because provide 2-3 synchronised frequencies and low jitter audio freq. /typically 27MHz for video/processing and 24.576 or 16.9344MHz low-jitter audio clocks. There are versions from another manifactureres, too
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Old 4th March 2005, 05:10 AM   #5
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I had finish a pcb for pll1707, follow this link (in chinese Big-5)...

11.2896MHz out for Philips CD-650, and 24.576M count down 1/2 to 12.288MHz for my dac, Sound is great then each use the TCXO or OSC!!
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