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Re: looking for PCI clock driver
You could use the Pericom PI6C2509 which is a 9 output zero delay buffer, or
you could use the PI6C2309 which has the feedback integrated and still 9
outputs. Many customers use these parts for the same application you are
doing. Your clock has to be fixed above 25MHz, which is the minimum
frequency of the PLL.
Hope this helps
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----- Original Message -----
From: Stuart Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 2:13 PM
Subject: looking for PCI clock driver
> I am implementing an embedded PCI system
> with a couple of expansion slots. I need to
> generate 6 or so 33 MHz PCI clocks.
> However, I have not found any non-PC
> specific clock generators which claim
> to be PCI compliant.
> Since the PCI clock are point-to-point
> can I just use a generic clock buffer/driver ??
> Are there any zero delay clock buffers
> which are PCI compliant ???