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0 Permit Multiplexing From n Lines to One Line 0 Perform ParalleltoSerial Conversion 0 Strobe Enable Line Provided for Cascading n Lines to n Lines 0 AL3253 and SN74A3253A Are 3State Versions of These Parts 0 Package Options Include Plastic SmallOutline D Packages Ceramic Chip Carriers FK and Standard Plastic N and Ceramic J 300mil DIPs description These dual 1of4 data selectorsmultiplexers contain inverters and drivers to supply full binary decoding data selection to the ANDOR gates Separate strobe 5 inputs are provided for each of the two 4Iine sections The SN54ALS153 is characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of 55 C to 125 C The SN74ALS153 and SN74AS153 are characterized for operation from 0 C to 70 C SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SELECTORSIMU LTIPLEXE RS SDASZOGA APRIL 1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 SN54 ALS153 J PACKAGE SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 D OR N PACKAGE TOP VIEW FUNCTION TABLE SN54ALS153 FK PACKAGE TO ooximurrz P VIEW 0 O mlgzgt 8 3212019 8 14 910111213 ogtCgt ZNg gtD Z 9 NC No internal connection INPUTS SELECT DATA STREOBE OUEPUT B A C0 C1 C2 C3 X X X X X X H L L L L X X X L L L L H X X X L H L H X L X X L L L H X H X X L H H L X X L X L L H L X X H X L H H H X X X L L L H H X X X H L H Select inputs A and B are common to both sections 5533333331331smil lsi i illriiSrli gi m ai Wright 1994 Texas 39quotsm mem 39quot quot ed iil g39 39 39 li 39 i quot P39 iquot9 5 quot quotquot sa39i39yim39m I TEXAS NSTRUMENTS POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLASTEXAS 75265 SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SELECTORSIMULTIPLEXERS SDASZOGA APRIL 1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 logic symbolT A 14 o 2 Q B 1Ga 1 I I 15 6 EN MUX 1co o 5 7 1c1 1 1v 4 1c2 2 3 1C3 3 15 23 10 no 11 9 2c1 2v 12 2c2 13 2C3 T This symbol is in accordance with ANSIIEEE Std 911984 and IEC Publication 61712 Pin numbers shown are for the D J and N packages logic diagram positive logic 1 Data 1 Select Data 2 Pin numbers shown are for the D J and N packages 39 EXAS INSTRUMENTS POST OFFlCE BOX 655303 DALLAS TEXAS 75265 SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SE LECTORSIMULTIPLEXERS SDASZOGA APRIL1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 absolute maximum ratings over operating freeair temperature range unless otherwise noted139 Supply voltage VCC Input voltage Vl Operating freeair temperature range TA SN54ALS153 55 C to 125 C SN74ALS153 0 C to 70 C Storage temperature range 65 C to 150 C I 4 4 II I I I quotmay 4 1 and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under recommended operating conditionsquot is not implied Exposure to absolutemaximumrated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability recommended operating conditions SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 MIN NOM MAX MIN NOM 45 5 55 45 5 55 v 2 2 v Lowlevel 07 08 V current 1 mA Lowlevel current 12 24 mA 55 125 70 C electrical characteristics over recommended operating freeair temperature range unless otherWIse noted SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS UNIT MIN TYPt MAX MIN TYPt MAX vIK vCC45v 18mA 15 15 v Vcc45Vto 55V IOH 04 mA Vcc 2 Vcc 2 VOH IOH 1mA 24 33 V VCC 45 v IOH 26 mA 24 32 IOL 12 mA 025 04 025 04 VOL VCC 4 V V IOL 24 mA 035 05 II vcc55v v7v 01 01 mA IIH vCC55v v27v 20 20 IJA IIL vcc55v v04v 01 01 mA Io vcc55v vo225v 20 112 30 112 mA ICC vcc 55 v All Inputs at 45 v 75 14 75 14 mA I All typical values are at VCC 5 V TA 25 C The output conditions have been chosen to produce a current that closely approximates one half of the true shortcircuit output current IOS 39 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLAS TEXAS 75265 3 SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SELECTORSIMULTIPLEXERS SDASZOGA APRIL 1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 switching characteristics see Figure 1 Vcc 45 Vtu 55 V CL 50 pF R 500 9 FROM TO 39 i PARAMETER INPUT OUTPUn TA MIN to MAX I UNIT SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 MIN MAX MIN MAX tpLH 5 29 5 21 lOl39 If Y ns tpHL 5 27 5 21 tPLH Data Y 3 15 3 10 n5 tpHL any C 2 18 4 15 tpLH E Y 5 27 5 18 n5 tpHL 3 22 5 18 T For conditions shown as MIN or MAX use the appropriate value speci ed under recommended operating conditions absolute maximum ratings over operating freeair temperature range unless otherwise noted Supply voltage VCC 7 V Input voltage Vl 7 V Operating freeair temperature range TA SN74AS153 0 C to 70 C Storage temperature range 65 C to 150 C utddllkut n 439 1m quot a 39 39 and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under recommended operating conditionsquot is not implied Exposure to absolutemaximumrated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability recommended operating conditions SN74AS153 MIN NOM 45 5 55 2 Lowlevel 08 current Lowlevel current 39 EXAS INSTRUMENTS 4 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLAS TEXAS 75265 SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SE LECTORSIMULTIPLEXERS SDASZOGA APRIL1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 electrical characteristics over recommended operating freeair temperature range unless otherWIse noted SN74AS153 PARAMETER TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYPT MAX UNIT VIK Vcc45V I 18mA 12 V Vcc 45Vto 55 V IOH 2 mA Vcc Z VOH V Vcc 45 V IOH 15mA 24 32 VOL VCC 45 V IOL 48 mA 035 05 V I A B V V 02 A 5 V I V m I All others CC I 01 I A B V V 40 A 5 V 21 V IH All others CC I 20 A B V V 1 A I 5 V U4 V m IL All others CC I 05 I01 VCC 55 V Vo 225 V 30 112 mA ICCH VCC 55 V 16 26 mA ICCL VCC 55 V 21 33 mA TAII typical values are at VCC 5 V TA 25 C 1 The output conditions have been chosen to produce a current that closely approximates one half of the true shortcircuit output current IOS switching characteristics see Figure 1 Vcc 45 V to 55 V CL 50 pF FRO To RL 500 Q PARAMETER INPUT OUTPUU TA mm to MAx UNIT SN74AS153 MIN MAX tpLH 3 125 A or If Y ns tpHL 3 11 tPLH Data Y 2 7 n5 tpHL any C 2 8 tpLH E Y 3 115 ns tpHL 10 9 For conditions shown as MIN or MAX use the appropriate value speci ed under recommended operating conditions 39 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLAS TEXAS 75265 5 SN54ALS153 SN74ALS153 SN74AS153 DUAL 10F4 DATA SELECTORSIMULTIPLEXERS SDASZOGA APRIL 1982 REVISED DECEMBER 1994 PARAMETER MEASUREMENT INFORMATION SERIES 54ALS74ALS AND 54AS74AS DEVICES RLR1R2 Vcc S1 RL R1 From Output TESt From Output Test From Output I TESt Under Test POint Under Test Point Under Test POint CL R C R2 see Note A L C39 I e L see Note A See Note A LOAD CIRCUIT FOR IS ATE LOAD CIRCUIT LOAD CIRCUIT TOTEMPOLE OUTPUTS FOR OPENCOLLECTOR OUTPUTS FOR 3STATE OUTPUTS TIming 3395 V HighLevel 35V lnput 13V puse 13V 13V 03 V I EH 35 v 35 v Data I LowLevel Input 13V 13V Pulse 13V 13V 03 V 03 V VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS SETUP AND HOLD TIMES PULSE DURATIONS Output Control 13 V lowlevel enabling I 9 2 35V tPZL PI I1 lnput 13V 13V I I I 03 v Waveform1 IPLH H d H l tpHL S1 Closed I nphase VOH see Note B l Output 13 V I 13 V v I I OL H tPLH tPZH 1 IPHL I I I Waveform 2 OutofPhase I VOH S1 Open utput 13 v 13 v 5 me 3 see Note C VOL VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS VOLTAGE WAVEFORMS ENABLE AND DISABLE TIMES 3STATE OUTPUTS PROPAGATION DELAY TIMES NOTES A CL includes probe andin capacitance B Waveform 1 is for an output with internal conditions such that the output is low except when disabled by the output control Waveform 2 is for an output with internal conditions such that the output is high except when disabled by the output control C When measuring propagation delay items of 3state outputs switch S1 is open D All input pulses have the following characteristics PRR 51 MHz tr tf 2 ns duty cycle 50 E The outputs are measured one at a time with one transition per measurement Figure 1 Load Circuits and Voltage Waveforms 39 EXAS INSTRUMENTS 6 POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLAS TEXAS 75265 IMPORTANT NOTICE Texas Instruments and its subsidiaries Tl reserve the right to make changes to their products orto discontinue any product or service without notice and advise customers to obtain the latest version of relevant information to verify before placing orders that information being 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