I have a 50MHz 2ppm TCXO that I need level shifting from 1.8V to 3.3V. I looked for solutions here and decided to use a single IC solution rather than using a mosfets because I'm not confident enough to deal with EMI and noises from bad board layouts. So I was looking for solutions through various vendors and the slew rate seems to be the most important factor to be. since the clocks are coming directly from the oscillator, propagation delay isn't a big problem.
But I couldn't find the slew rate specs. for the IC's that I found. for example 2N7001T by TI fits my conditions, but what should I check to know that the slopes of the output clock is stiff as the input?
More easily put, how do I know if an IC can support 50MHz clock speed?
From the replies, I searched for buffer, driver ICs and found that on top of the level translation, Hysteresis is also important for the exact clock replication. So ended up with a Schmitt trigger buffer that had stability and short delay. SN74LVC1G17