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Description:OKI's MSM7702-01/02/03 Single Rail CODEC


The MSM7702 is a single-channel CODEC CMOS IC for voice signals ranging from 300 to 3400
Hz with filters for A/D and D/A conversion.
Designed especially for a single-power supply and low-power applications, the device is
optimized for telephone terminals in digital wireless systems or ISDN systems.
The MSM7702 utilizes low-voltage operational amplifiers (Op-amps) to provide low-power
The device uses the same transmission clocks as those used in the MSM7508B and MSM7509B.
The analog output signal can directly drive a piezoelectric type handset receiver.

Features: Single power supply: +2.7 V to +3.8 V Low power consumption
- Operating mode: 15 mW Typ. VDD = 3 V
- Power save mode: 3.6 mW Typ. VDD = 3 V
- Power down mode: 0.05 mW Typ. VDD = 3 V
ITU-T Companding law
- MSM7702-01: m/A-law pin selectable
- MSM7702-02: m-law
- MSM7702-03: A-law
Built-in PLL eliminates a master clock Serial data rate: 64/128/256/512/1024/2048kHz 96/192/384/768/1536/1544/200 kHz Adjustable transmit gain Built-in reference voltage supply Analog output can directly drive a load equivalent to 1.2 kW Pin-for-pin compatible with the MSM7578 and MSM7579
Please send any comments to: messi@users.sourceforge.net




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