Hello, readers welcome to the new post. In this post, we will discuss Introduction to 75160B. It is SN75160B eight-channel general-purpose interface bus or GPIB transceiver. That is monolithic high-speed low power consuming Schottky component that is configured to transmit the data in two-way communication through a single point transmission line.
Its feature is such that can be functioned in passive pullup or three-state mode. In this post, we will discuss its working, features, and some other parameters. So let’s get started. Introduction to 75160B.
Introduction to 75160B
- The 75160B is a transceiver that is designed according to IEEE standards 488 to 1978. Its output is configured in passive pullup or three-state output mode through PE in the high state.
- It talks enable or TE is in a high state these ports provide the feature of passive-pullup outputs when pullup enable PE is low and three-state output if PE is the high state.
- Getting TE low mode these ports are in a high impedance state. Driver outputs are configured to handle loads up to forty-eight milliamperes of sink current.
- Output glitches through power up and power down are removed through inner circuitry which disables both bus and receiver outputs.
- The output does not load the bus if Vcc=0. If there is the configuration of the SN7516B bus transceiver pair offers the complete sixteen-wire interfacing for the IEEE-488 bus.
- The structure of SN75160B is featured from zero to seventy centigrade.
- Its main features are explained here
- It is compatible with the IEEE Standard 488 to 1978 GPIB
- It is eight channel bidirectional transceiver
- It is a high-speed device, uses less power, and has Schottky circuitry configured device
- It has less power dissipation about seventy milliwatts for one channel
- Its propagation time is about 22ns maximum
- It has high impedance PNP configured inputs.
- Receiver hysterics is about 650mV TYP
- Its structure is open collector drive output point
- It is no loading of nus for Vcc=0
- 75160 Pin are explained here
|Pin No||Pin Name||Pin Function|
|01||TE||It is Talk Enable Pinout|
|02||B1||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B1|
|03||B2||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B2|
|04||B3||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B3|
|05||B4||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B4|
|06||B5||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B5|
|07||B6||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B6|
|08||B7||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B7|
|09||B8||It is GPIO or General purpose interface input/output pin B8|
|10||GND||It is the ground pin and ground attached here|
|11||PE||It is the Pullup Enable terminal|
|12||D8||It is Input Output Pin D8|
|13||D7||It is Input Output Pin D7|
|14||D6||It is Input Output Pin D6|
|15||D5||It is Input Output Pin D5|
|16||D4||It is Input Output Pin D4|
|17||D3||It is Input Output Pin D3|
|18||D2||It is Input Output Pin D2|
|19||D1||It is Input Output Pin D1|
|20||VCC||Here positive power is provided|
75160 Function Tables
logic diagram 75160
That is all about the 75160B all details has explained about this transceiver. If you have any query ask here thanks for reading have a nice day.