|Manufacturer Part Number: TC7SZ04F
|Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA TC7SZ04F
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Package / Case
|Maximum Operating Temperature
|– 40 C
|Minimum Operating Temperature
|Factory Pack Quantity
|Supply Voltage – Max
|Supply Voltage – Min
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Signal Inversion: The primary function of an inverter is to invert the logic level of an input signal. If the input is high (1), the output will be low (0), and vice versa.
Logic Level Conversion: In digital systems where different logic families are used, the TC7SZ04F can be used for level shifting by inverting the logic signal.
Clock Signal Inversion: It is common to use inverters to create complementary clock signals. This is useful in applications where both rising and falling edges of a clock signal need to be utilized.
Buffering: In some cases, the TC7SZ04F can be used as a buffer to isolate one part of a circuit from another, preventing loading effects.
Digital Signal Processing (DSP): In DSP applications, inverters are used in various processing stages to manipulate and condition digital signals.
Crystal Oscillator Circuits: In crystal oscillator circuits, inverters are used to generate the feedback signal for sustaining oscillation.
Pulse Shaping: Inverters can be used for shaping pulses and modifying the pulse width of digital signals.
Voltage Level Shifting: Inverters can be part of circuits used for voltage level shifting between different logic levels.
Flip-Flop and Latch Enable Inputs: Inverters are often used to enable or disable flip-flops or latches by providing the complementary enable signals.
Microcontroller/Processor Interface: Inverters can be used to interface with microcontrollers or processors, especially when dealing with complementary logic.