AFE1256 Evaluation Module for 256-Channel Analog Front End for Digital X-Ray Flat Panel Detectors

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Description

The AFE1256EVM is a compact USB based evaluation kit for evaluating the AFE1256 COF, a 256-channel analog front-end. The EVM is self-contained with DACs and on board pattern generator built , greatly reducing its dependency on external equipment so all it needs is a power supply. The kit consists of an EVM and a separate COF adapter along with easy-to-use software that allows performance evaluation of the COF device. The COF Adapter is detachable and thus multiple COF Adapters can be evaluated using a single EVM setup. The USB 2.0 interface provides fast configuration downloads and FPGA-PC communication through a microcontroller.

Features
  • Characterizes the AFE1256 COF (externally detachable)
  • On-board analog signal generation
  • On board 3.4V DUT power generation
  • On board FPGA based pattern generation and data acquisition
  • Communicates with Personal Computer through a USB 2.0 interface


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AFE1256EVM:
AFE1256 Evaluation Module for 256 Channel Analog Front End for Digital X-Ray Flat Panel Detector

$799.00(USD)

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Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 183 05 Nov 2013 146

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Part Number Name Product Family
AFE1256  256-Channel Analog Front-End for Flat-Panel Digital X-ray Detector  Sensing Products 

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