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PCI Express® is the one of the most widely used high-performance peripheral interfaces in the world. From its origins in graphics, PCI Express has been adopted in fields as diverse as servers, storage, networking, instrumentation and consumer. This broad application space requires multiple solutions to address the different performance, BOM cost and board space tradeoffs that each application demands. IDT's strong position with leading computing, networking and consumer customers and our participation on the appropriate standards bodies allows us to offer optimized PCI Express clock and timing solutions (in short, PCIe clocks) for any application.

Industry-leading PCI Express Clock Solutions

IDT has a history of firsts in PCI Express clocking and timing: The first PCIe Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3 clocking solutions (includes PCIe clock generators and PCIe clock buffers); the industry's first very-low power PCI Express clock generator (1.8V); and the industry's first ultra-low-power PCI Express clock generator (1.5V), which is the world's lowest power PCIe clock generator. Whether your system is architected using the popular common-clocked architecture, the less prevalent separate reference clock with no SSC (SRNS), or the newly proposed separate reference clock with independent SSC (SRIS) architecture, we have the optimal PCI Express clock solution to meet your needs. Find your ideal PCI Express clock generator, synthesizer, buffer, or multiplexer from IDT's large selection of PCIe clocks.
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FEATURED PRODUCTS
9FGL0241BKILF / 9FGL0441BKILF

9FGL0241/441 3.3V PCIe Gen1-2-3-4 Clock Generators



Features:
  • Supports PCIe common clock and independent reference clock architectures
  • Direct connection to 100Ω transmission lines; saves up to 16 resistors compared to standard PCIe devices
  • 112mW to 142mW typical power consumption; reduced thermal concerns
  • Space saving 24-pin 4x4mm or 32-pin 5x5mm VFQFPN; minimal board space
9FGU0241AKILF / 9FGU0441AKILF

9FGU0241/441 1.5V PCIe Gen1-2-3 Clock Generators



Features:
  • Supports PCIe common clock architecture
  • Direct connection to 100Ω transmission lines; saves up to 16 resistors compared to standard PCIe devices
  • 23mW to 39mW typical power consumption; reduced thermal concerns
  • Space saving 24-pin 4x4mm or 32-pin 5x5mm VFQFPN; minimal board space
9FGV0241AKILF / 9FGV0441AKILF

9FGV0241/441 1.8V PCIe Gen1-2-3 Clock Generators



Features:
  • Supports PCIe common clock architecture
  • Direct connection to 100Ω transmission lines; saves up to 16 resistors compared to standard PCIe devices
  • 27mW to 47mW typical power consumption; reduced thermal concerns
  • Space saving 24-pin 4x4mm or 32-pin 5x5mm VFQFPN; minimal board space
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PCI Express Solutions
KNOWLEDGE CENTER
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arrow Understanding Jitter Units arrow Driving LVPECL, LVDS, CML, and SSTL Logic with IDT’s Universal Low Power HCSL Outputs
arrow Low Power HCLS vs Traditional HCLS arrow Jitter Specs for Timing Signals
arrow PCIe Clocking Architectures (Common and Separate) arrow Driving Freescale SERDES Clocks with IDT PCIeDevcies
arrow PCIe Common Clock Architecture and its impact on Clocking arrow PCIe Separate Reference Clock with Independent Spread (SRIS)
arrow PCIe Separate Reference without Spread Clock Architecture
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