The PRL-432N is a dual channel NECL Interface Translator designed specifically for use with high speed recording instruments in satellite image transmission applications. The PRL-432N is the Recorder Playback Translator especially suited for interfacing with the SONY DFC-1800 Variable Rate Buffer used in the DIR-1000 recording system.
The inputs of the PRL-432N consist of two triax connectors, each internally terminated with 124 Ω between the pin and the ring. They are designed to interface with the 124 Ω differential Serial Data/Data and Clock/Clock outputs from the SONY DFC-1800 Variable Rate Buffer, but the differential 124 Ω input covers a CMR between -2.5 V and +4 V. Within this CMR, the PRL-432N inputs are compatible with NECL, PECL, LVPECL, RS422 or LVDS differential 124 Ω output drive circuits. The complementary NECL outputs have SMA connectors and are designed for driving 50 Ω loads terminated to -2 V or AC-coupled 50 Ω loads.
The PRL-432N is housed in an attractive 1.3 x 2.9 x 3.9-in. extruded aluminum enclosure and supplied with a ±8.5 V AC/DC Adapter. If mounting is desired, a pair of 35001420 mounting brackets can accommodate two PRL modules of the same length. A number of PRL modules can also share a single ±8.5 V AC/DC adapter using the PRL-730 voltage distribution module.
PRL-432 Dual Channel 124 Ω ECL to 50 Ω ECL Translator (for Sony DFC-1800 Variable Rate Buffer)
|VTT||Input Termination Voltage (fixed)||NA||V|
|IDC1||DC Input Current, +8.5 V||+30||+60||mA|
|IDC2||DC Input Current, -8.5 V||-130||-150||mA|
|VDC||DC Input Voltage||±7.5||±8.5||±12||V|
|VAC||AC/DC Adapter Input Voltage||103||115||127||V|
|TPLH||Propagation Delay to output ↑||1500||ps|
|TPHL||Propagation Delay to output ↓||1500||ps|
|TF/TF||Rise/Fall times (20% -80%)||400||600||ps|
|FMAX||Max clock frequency||400||600||MHz|
|TSKEW1||Skew between outputs||20||100||ps|
|TSKEW2||Skew from unit to unit||40||400||ps|
|Input Cables||124 Ω TP4|
|Output Cables||50 Ω Coax|
|Size||1.3" x 2.9" x 3.9"||In.|
|Weight, excluding AC adapter||7||Oz|
|Shipping weight, including AC adapter||4||lb.|
*Since the high frequency signals to and from the 124 Ω I/O ports can not be measured easily, the 124 Ω I/O ports of these adapters are first cascaded using shielded twisted pair cables, Trompeter P/N PCGOW10PCG-36 or equivalent. Input signals are applied to the 50 Ω inputs of the PRL-433, and outputs of the PRL-432 are terminated into 50 Ω/-2V, using the PRL-550NQ4X, four channel ECL Terminators, connected to a 50 Ω input sampling oscilloscope.Notes:
- The 50 Ω output rise and fall times were measured with both the Q and Q outputs terminated into 50 Ω/-2 V. If either output is left unterminated, both the rise and fall times will increase by approximately 15%, and output waveform degradation will occur.
- FMAX is measured by AC coupling a sine wave to the D input using the differential input mode (switch up). The differential outputs are first divided by eight, using the PRL-255N, and then measured using the PRL-550NQ4X, four channel ECL Terminator, connected to a sampling 'scope.
- Trompeter P/N CBBJR79.
- Trompeter PCB4W10PEA-36 cable is recommended for interfacing between the CBBJR79 triax connector in the PRL-432N/433N and the twinax connector in the SONY DFC-1800.
All PRL products with Triax connectors use Trompeter P/N CBBJR79, Right Angle Circuit Board Bulkhead Jack, 3-lug (Numbered page 10, document page 11 of 142). Any Trompeter 70-series Triax Cable Plug with 3 lugs (e.g. PL75-9, 3-lug) will mate with CBBJR79.