SLAS535F September 2007 – October 2018 DAC5652A
In dual-bus mode, the MODE pin is connected to DVDD. The two converter channels within the DAC5652A consist of two independent, 10-bit, parallel data ports. Each DAC channel is controlled by its own set of write (WRTA, WRTB) and clock (CLKA, CLKB) lines. The WRTA/B lines control the channel input latches and the CLKA/B lines control the DAC latches. The data is first loaded into the input latch by a rising edge of the WRTA/B line.
The internal data transfer requires a correct sequence of write and clock inputs, since essentially two clock domains having equal periods (but possibly different phases) are input to the DAC5652A. This is defined by a minimum requirement of the time between the rising edge of the clock and the rising edge of the write inputs. This essentially implies that the rising edge of CLKA/B must occur at the same time or before the rising edge of the WRTA/B signal. A minimum delay of 2 ns must be maintained if the rising edge of the clock occurs after the rising edge of the write. Note that these conditions are satisfied when the clock and write inputs are connected externally. Note that all specifications were measured with the WRTA/B and CLKA/B lines connected together.