DSP Core Voltage CVDD
JEDEC – The supply voltage applied to a circuit connected to the reference terminal.
TI – The range of supply voltages for which operation of the core DSP is specified.
If the data sheet lists 1.2 V as the minimum VCC, no electrical or switching characteristic is specified for CVDD less than 1.2 V. Operation outside of the minimum and maximum values is not recommended, and a previously established logic state might not be maintained under such conditions.
Frequently, TI receives requests from customers wanting assurance that TI logic devices will operate properly outside of specified conditions. The logic device may, indeed, perform flawlessly in the application posed by the customer, but TI does not represent that the device will provide the same level of reliability and performance when operated outside of specified conditions.