3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 13, 2019 9:39 AM by jafoste4

    Why DDR termination regulator part number is changed?




      I am designing a custom board based on picozed 7015/7030.

      While looking at the revision history of picozed, I noticed that the DDR3 Termination regulator (U4) part number has been changed in revision D from TPS51206 to NCP51400.

      I am curious to know the reason behind this decision. Is there any issue with TPS regulator? Can I use TPS51206 in my design?