FlatLink™ Series, Serializers, Deserializers

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SN65LVDS302ZXH
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
1.65V ~ 1.95V
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80-VFBGA
CMOS
FlatLink™
1.755Gbps
80-NFBGA (5x5)
CMOS, LVDS
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SN65LVDS302ZXHR
PROGRAMMABLE 27-BIT DISPLAY SERI
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
-40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
1.65V ~ 1.95V
Deserializer
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80-VFBGA
CMOS
FlatLink™
1.755Gbps
80-NFBGA (5x5)
CMOS, LVDS
24
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About  Serializers, Deserializers

Serializers are devices that convert digital information provided in parallel format into a serial data stream operating at a higher symbol rate. This conversion reduces the number of conductors required to transmit the information, making it more efficient. Conversely, deserializers perform the opposite function by converting serial data streams back into parallel format. Typically used for transmitting video data between image sensors, image processors, and displays, serializers and deserializers play an essential role in many electronic systems. These devices enable the transmission of high-speed digital signals over longer distances without signal degradation, ensuring reliable data communication. While serializers and deserializers are commonly employed in video-related applications, customized versions are also available for other industries. For instance, serializers and deserializers designed for industrial input/output (I/O) equipment are available, enabling the transmission of digital signals from sensors to control systems over long distances. In summary, these devices are crucial components in electronic systems requiring high-speed data transmission over extended distances. By converting digital information to a serial data stream, these devices reduce the number of necessary conductors, increase efficiency, and ensure reliable data communication in various industries, including image processing, display, and industrial I/O equipment.