TSW2110EVM: Low Cost Crystal Filtered 10MHz Source


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The TSW2110EVM is a very clean 10 MHz source designed for the purposes of providing an input signal for testing TI ADC devices. The EVM includes a 10MHz crystal oscillator, an amplifier and a 10MHz Crystal filter with 16kHz band pass response. The output of the TSW2110EVM is set to about 10dBm, approximately 2Vpp, with typical harmonic performance greater than 80dBc. This is the appropriate peak to peak swing required by most TI ADCs. The TSW2110 can be easily powered from a 5V source such as a lab supply or from the 5V source of the TSW2200EVM (Low Cost Portable Power Supply).

  • Requires single 5V supply
  • Onboard 10M crystal oscillator
  • Onboard amplifier
  • Onboard 10M crystal filter
  • Harmonic performance better than 80dBc
  • 2Vpp output level, direct connects to TI ADC EVMs for analysis

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    TSW2110EVM: Low Cost Crystal Filtered 10MHz Source


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    User guides (2)
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    PDF 5505 17 Jan 2013 870
    PDF 392 26 Mar 2012 224
    Design files (1)
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    ZIP 1580 03 Apr 2012 150

    TI Devices (1)

    Part Number Name Product Family
    ADS4249  Dual-Channel, 14-Bit, 250-MSPS Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)  Analog to Digital Converter 
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