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Level Shifter & Translator difference

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Hello ALL,

what is the difference between a Level shifter and translator ICs? is it that the input and output are same logic type for the level shifter, but the the translator the input and output are not same logic type?
Noting that I find some translator having the same logic type for input and output.

Can anyone help please?

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Ballimo
 

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Hi.,

Please see this link.
https://www.pericom.com/products/interface-logic/voltage-translation-level-shifters/ in details section.....

Level Shifting

Pericom offers great chip-to-chip interface between different I/O voltages ranging from 1.5/1.8/2.5/3.3 V to 5 V, and 0.8 V to 2.5 V. These translators are scalable from 16-bit to 32-bits and beyond. See following page for product listing.

I/O Signal Translation

These devices provide the ability to convert between different I/O’s (HSTL to LVTTL or LVCMOS, SSTL to TTL, etc.) and are scalable from 12-bit to 32-bit and beyond.
 

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