Cypress eases the parametric search of its programmable timing solutions
April 13, 2010 // Julien Happich
Cypress Semiconductor announced CyClockWizard 1.0, a software tool for the selection and customization of it's programmable timing solutions. The tool includes a parametric search engine that allows customers to quickly identify the right product for their system needs. The free tool also integrates custom configuration and field programming of supported Cypress timing solutions.
Users can directly program devices using the CYCLKMAKER1 hardware programmer. Additionally, for Cypress's FleXO family of programmable high-performance clock generators, the tool incorporates a calculation engine that enables customers to predict and optimize phase-noise performance.
The CyClockWizard 1.0 tool can be downloaded from www.cypress.com/go/cyclockwizard
Cypress's portfolio of silicon based clock generators and buffers includes single and multiple-PLL programmable clock synthesizes, programmable crystal oscillators, VCXO, EMI reduction clocks, and programmable-skew and zero delay fanout buffers. Cypress's proprietary spread spectrum clock technology helps reduce system EMI without needing mechanical solutions such as shielding and ferrite beads.
More information on Cypress's timing solutions and the FleXO family is available at www.cypress.com/go/timing
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