ADC12D1600QML-SP 12-Bit, Dual 1.6- or Single 3.2-GSPS, RF-Sampling ADC Evaluation Module - Aerospace

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Description

The ADC1xD1x00QML products are low power, high performance 10b and 12b ADCs with sampling rates up to 1.6 GSPS as a dual channel ADC or 3.2 GSPS in a single channel interleaved mode. These products come in a hermetic 376 column ceramic grid array package (376 CCGA) for harsh environments, such as down hole or space.

The ADC1xD1x00 Evaluation Board (ADC1xD1x00CVAL) provides flexible ADC I/O connections for laboratory performance evaluation. As configured, the board is equipped with support shrouds for 100 pin Samtec connectors for interface to a logic analyzer, but capable of being configured for other types of logic analyzer connectors.

Because the 10- and 12-bit Gig ADCs are pin-compatible with one another, this board can be used with the following parts:


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ADC12D1600CVAL:
ADC12D1600CVAL Evaluation Module

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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1615 19 Mar 2013 176

Software (1)

Name Part Number Software Type
Data Acquisition and Analysis Software  WAVEVISION5  Application Software & Frameworks 

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
ADC10D1000QML-SP  Low Power, 10-Bit, Dual 1.0 GSPS or Single 2.0 GSPS A/D Converter  Data Converter 
ADC12D1600QML-SP  12-Bit, Dual 1.6-GSPS or Single 3.2-GSPS, RF-Sampling Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) - Aerospace  Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) 

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