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Logic devices offered in miniature package options

08 Jul 2014

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Diodes Inc. has announced a couple of families of single-gate logic parts in what it says is one of the world's smallest packages, the DFN0808. With a 0.8mm square footprint and an off-board height of 0.35mm, the miniature 74AUP1G and 74LVC1G logic devices promise to deliver significant space and weight savings to portable consumer electronic products, such as cellphones and tablets.

With its unique diamond pin configuration maintaining an equivalent lead spacing of 0.5mm, the DFN0808 package removes the need for specialised solder stencils. Diodes is initially launching 14 74AUP1G parts and 11 74LVC1G parts in the package option.

74AUP1G, 74LVC1G logic devices

The 74LVC1G products operate over a wide supply range of 1.6-5.5V and will interface directly with TTL levels. Operating over a lower supply range, from 0.8-3.6V, the 74AUP1G products can achieve a lower power consumption to help boost battery cell lifetime.

Both of these logic families feature the following functions: AND, NAND, OR, XOR, inverters (simple, open-drain output and Schmitt trigger variants) and buffers (open-drain output, Schmitt trigger and tri-state output variants). NOR, AND with open-drain output, and a simple buffer are also available in the 74AUP1G logic family.

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