Universal Bus Functions

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74ALVCH74AVC74AVC+
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Registered Bus ExchangerUniversal Bus DriverUniversal Bus Transceiver
Number of Circuits
12 ~ 24-Bit18-Bit
Current - Output High, Low
12mA, 12mA24mA, 24mA32mA, 64mA; 12mA, 12mA
Voltage - Supply
1.65V ~ 3.6V2.3V ~ 3.6V
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56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
PI74ALVCH16501A
IC UNIV BUS TXRX 18BIT 56TSSOP
Diodes Incorporated
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ObsoleteUniversal Bus Transceiver18-Bit24mA, 24mA2.3V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 85°CSurface Mount56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)56-TSSOP
56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
PI74ALVCH162601A
IC UNIV BUS TXRX 18BIT 56TSSOP
Diodes Incorporated
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ObsoleteUniversal Bus Transceiver18-Bit32mA, 64mA; 12mA, 12mA2.3V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 85°CSurface Mount56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)56-TSSOP
56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
PI74AVC+16268A
IC RGSTRD BUS EXCHANGER 56TSSOP
Diodes Incorporated
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ObsoleteRegistered Bus Exchanger12 ~ 24-Bit24mA, 24mA1.65V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 85°CSurface Mount56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)56-TSSOP
56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
PI74AVC16834A
IC UNIV BUS DVR 18BIT 56TSSOP
Diodes Incorporated
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ObsoleteUniversal Bus Driver18-Bit12mA, 12mA1.65V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 85°CSurface Mount56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)56-TSSOP
56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
PI74AVC16835A
IC UNIV BUS DVR 18BIT 56TSSOP
Diodes Incorporated
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ObsoleteUniversal Bus Driver18-Bit12mA, 12mA1.65V ~ 3.6V-40°C ~ 85°CSurface Mount56-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)56-TSSOP
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Universal Bus Functions


Products in the universal bus function family are component-level products used for handling or operating on a series of (usually 8 or more) parallel logic signals known as a bus. Functions performed include temporary storage of data to be transmitted or received, buffering to allow a device such as a microprocessor having a limited output current capacity to transmit data over long interconnects at high speed, rotation or shifting of bit order within the bus, and others.