ADS42LB49EVM Evaluation Module

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Description

The ADS42LB49EVM is an evaluation module (EVM) that allows for the evaluation of Texas Instruments’ ADS42LB49. The ADS42LB49 is a low power, 14-bit, 250-MSPS analog to digital converter (ADC) with a buffered analog input and LVDS outputs. The EVM has transformer coupled analog and clock inputs to accommodate a wide range of signal sources and frequencies. The ADS42LB49 is controllable through an easy to use software GUI to enable quick configuration for a variety of uses.

The ADS42LB49EVM is designed to mate with the TSW1400EVM which is a full function data capture card. The High Speed Data Converter Pro software GUI can then process the data from the TSW1400EVM to quickly assess the performance of the ADS42LB49. It is also compatible with Altera and Xilinx FPGA development platforms which have FMC or HSMC connectors, via the appropriate interposer card.

Features
  • Flexible transformer coupled analog input and clock paths to allow for a variety of sources and frequencies
  • Easy to use software GUI to configure the ADS42LB49 for a variety of uses through USB
  • Simple connection to TSW1400EVM capture card to capture data from the ADS42LB49
  • Quickly evaluate ADC performance through High Speed Data Converter Pro software


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Part Number Buy from Texas Instruments or Third Party Status Ext Power Supply  

ADS42LB49EVM:
ADS42LB49EVM Evaluation Module

$399.00(USD)

ACTIVE No  

TI's Standard Terms and Conditions for Evaluation Modules apply.

Technical Documents
User guides (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 987 19 Jun 2014 665
Multiple Files   10 Jul 2012 3,466
Design files (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 2859 19 Oct 2012 138

Software (3)


TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
ADS42LB49  Dual 14-bit 250MSPS Analog-to-Digital Converter  Analog to Digital Converter 

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