THS3217 Evaluation Module


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This evaluation module (EVM) is a demonstration fixture for the THS3217 wideband, differential DAC to single-ended line driver. The EVM provides 50-Ω input and output termination for easy evaluation with common 50-Ω test equipment. The THS3217EVM enables performance evaluation of each individual sub-block within the device. The PCB provides various flexible options to also test the THS3217 as a complete system. The EVM provides placeholders to insert filters at different points within the system to allow for more realistic end-application evaluation.

  • Flexibility to evaluate performance of each sub-block within the system individually or evaluate full-system performance
  • Placeholders to insert filters at different points within the system to allow for more realistic end-application evaluation
  • Simple interface to the LMH3401 EVM to enable cable-less interface for fully-differential inputs
  • On-board switches allow quick reconfiguration of different functional modes

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THS3217 Evaluation Module


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Datasheet (1)
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PDF 2532 26 Feb 2016
User guides (1)
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PDF 1781 06 Apr 2016 239

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Part Number Name Product Family
THS3217  DC to 800-MHz, Differential-to-Single-Ended, DAC Output Amplifier  Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps) 

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