MLVDS FAQ: Why should I use a 100Mbps device instead of a 200Mbps device?

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Q: Why should I use a 100Mbps M-LVDS transceiver instead of a 200Mbps M-LVDS transceiver?

 

A:

In transmission line theory, it is best practice to use a part with a rise and fall time as close to the data rate required to minimize reflections.  ADI provides two datarates to facilitate this: 100Mbps for datarates up to 100Mbps and 200Mbps for applications that need datarates between 100Mbps and 200Mbps.

 

For more MLVDS information, please visit the topic page:

http://www.analog.com/en/mlvds/topic.html

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