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8-XSON_SOT833-1 Pkg
74AVC9112GTX
74AVC9112GT/SOT833/XSON8
Nexperia USA Inc.
22,903
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ActiveFanout Buffer (Distribution)11:4No/NoClockClock0.8V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount8-XFDFN8-XSON, SOT833-1 (1.95x1)
8-VFSOP
74AVC9112DCH
74AVC9112DC/SOT765/VSSOP8
Nexperia USA Inc.
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ActiveFanout Buffer (Distribution)11:4No/NoClockClock0.8V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount8-VFSOP (0.091", 2.30mm Width)8-VSSOP
10-TFSOP, 10-MSOP
74AVC1T1004DPJ
74AVC1T1004DP/SOT552/TSSOP10
Nexperia USA Inc.
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ActiveFanout Buffer (Distribution)11:4No/NoClockClock0.8V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount10-TFSOP, 10-MSOP (0.118", 3.00mm Width)10-TSSOP
10-XQFN
74AVC1T1004GU33Z
74AVC1T1004GU33/SOT1430/X2QFN1
Nexperia USA Inc.
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ObsoleteFanout Buffer (Distribution)11:4No/NoClockClock0.8V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)Surface Mount10-XFQFN10-X2QFN (1.6x1.3)
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Clock Buffers, Drivers


Products in the clock buffer & driver integrated circuit family are used to aid the dissemination of signals throughout a system, most commonly the frequency/time reference signals used to synchronize activity within the system. While the function most commonly performed is that of buffering, the replication of a signal from some source to isolate it from the influence of a driven load, some devices in the family perform additional functions such as selective rerouting of the buffered signals, division of signal frequency by some integer value, or translation of electrical signaling format used.