Synonyms for hstl or Related words with hstl

lvttl              sstl              lvcmos              lvpecl              utmi              ulpi              pecl              unipro              hsic              slvs              ssic              mdio              aisg              digrf              hlnand              xfi              mphy              sublvds              xaui              rsds              rmmi              redriver              diseqc              inputlogic              pcml              spdif              vlttl              hssl              jesd              spacewire              lvds              usart              pifaxi              txen              pvmi              ssbi              ndis              fbus              ervds              onfi              blvds              mydp              rxd              sdvo              euromap              perst              iodisable              ptdo              gtlp              hcsl             

Examples of "hstl"
RGMII version 1.3 uses 2.5V CMOS, whereas RGMII version 2 uses 1.5V HSTL.
High-speed transceiver logic or HSTL is a technology-independent standard for signaling between integrated circuits. The nominal signaling range is 0 V to 1.5 V, though variations are allowed, and signals may be single-ended or differential. It is designed for operation beyond 180 MHz.
The Pseudo Open Drain (POD) drivers have a strong pull-down strength but a weaker pullup strength. A pure open-drain driver, by comparison, has no pullup strength except for leakage current: all the pull-up action is on the external termination resistor. This is why the term "pseudo" has to be used here: there is some pull-up on the driver side when output is at high state, the remaining pull-up strength is provided by parallel-terminating the receiver at the far end to the HIGH voltage, often using a switchable, on-die terminator instead of a separate resistor. The purpose of all this is to reduce the overall power demand compared to using both strong pullup and strong pull-down, as in drivers such as HSTL. DDR4 memory uses POD12 drivers but with the same driver strength (34 Ω/48 Ω) for pull-down (RonPd) and pull-up (RonPu). The term POD in DDR4 referring only for termination type that is only parallel pull-up w/o the pull-down termination at the far end. The reference point (VREF) for the input is not half-supply as was in DDR3 and may be higher.