|Clock Input Frequency - Max||27MHz|
Features and Applications
A clock generator is a circuit that produces a clock signal for use in synchronizing a circuit's operation. The signal can range from a simple symmetrical square wave to more complex arrangements. The basic parts that all clock generators share are a resonant circuit and an amplifier.
The amplifier circuit usually inverts the signal from the oscillator and feeds a portion back into the oscillator to maintain oscillation.The FS6377-01IG-XTD (14 SOIC) is a CMOS clock generator IC designed to minimize cost and component count. It features three on-chip PLLs with programmable reference and feedback dividers as well as four independently programmable muxes and post dividers.