Notebook LCD Panel EMI Reduction IC
• FCC approved method of EMI attenuation.
• Provides up to 15dB EMI reduction.
• Generates a low EMI Spread Spectrum clock and a
non-spread reference clock of the input frequency.
• Optimized for Frequency range from 20 to 40MHz.
• Internal loop filter minimizes external components
and board space.
• Selectable spread options: Down and Center.
• Low Inherent Cycle-to-Cycle jitter.
• Eight spread % selections: ±0.625% to –3.5%.
• ModRate is compliant with ATI M7x VGA spec.
• 3.3V ± 0.3V Operating Voltage range.
• Low power CMOS design.
• Supports notebook VGA and other LCD timing
• Power Down function for mobile application.
• Available in Commercial temperature range.
• Available in 8-pin SOIC and TSSOP Packages.
ferrite beads, shielding and other passive components that
are traditionally required to pass EMI regulations.
The P1819 modulates the output of a single PLL in order to
“spread” the bandwidth of a synthesized clock, and more
importantly, decreases the peak amplitudes of its
harmonics. This results in significantly lower system EMI
compared to the typical narrow band signal produced by
oscillators and most frequency generators. Lowering EMI
by increasing a signal’s bandwidth is called ‘Spread
Spectrum Clock Generation’.
The P1819 is available in different spread deviation, refer
to “Spread Deviation Selection” Table.
The P1819 uses the most efficient and optimized
modulation profile approved by the FCC and is
implemented in a proprietary all digital method.
The P1819 is a Versatile Spread Spectrum Frequency
Modulator designed specifically for input clock frequencies
from 20 to 40MHz. (Refer Input Frequency and Modulation
Rate Table). The P1819 reduces electromagnetic
interference (EMI) at the clock source, allowing system
The P1819 is targeted towards EMI management for
memory and LVDS interfaces in mobile graphic chipsets
and high-speed digital applications such as PC peripheral
devices, consumer electronics, and embedded controller
wide reduction of EMI of down stream clock and data
dependent signals. The P1819 allows significant system
cost savings by reducing the number of circuit board layers
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