Dual 16-bit, 1.6 GSPS DAC synthesizes wideband signals.
December 28, 2012 -
Supplied in 72-lead, 10 x 10 mm LFCSP, AD9142 has dual DAC data interface that supports word and byte load as well as on-chip 32-bit NCO that allows flexible placement of IF carrier. Programmable interpolation rate, sample rates, and fine NCO modulation affords flexibility when choosing DAC output frequencies. Operating with on-chip PLL at DAC output frequency of 200 MHz, DAC delivers 79 dB ACLR for 6-carrier GSM applications. Interpolation filters offer selectable factors of 2, 4, and 8.
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Analog Devices Inc
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Dual 16-bit, 1.6-GSPS, TxDAC+ D/A Converter Synthesizes High-Quality Wideband Signals from Baseband to High Intermediate Frequencies
ADI’s AD9142 D/A converter features a proprietary low spurious and distortion design with on-chip, numerically-controlled oscillator and integrated interpolation filters.
NORWOOD, Mass.--Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance signal processing technology and the data converter market share leader*, today introduced the AD9142 dual-channel, 16-bit, 1.6-GSPS D/A converter, which supports high data rates and complex modulation schemes required in communications, test and instrumentation, and defense and aerospace systems.
Featuring an on-chip 32-bit NCO (numerically-controlled oscillator) that allows flexible placement of the IF (intermediate frequency) carrier to optimize system performance, ADI’s AD9142 D/A converter exceeds requirements for applications that use sophisticated DPD (digital pre-distortion) techniques demanding broad signal bandwidths.
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The combination of programmable interpolation rate, high sample rates, and fine NCO modulation capability gives system designers flexibility when choosing D/A converter output frequencies. This is especially helpful in meeting four- to six-carrier GSM transmission specifications and other communications standards. Operating with the on-chip PLL (phase-locked loop) at a D/A converter output frequency of 200 MHz, the AD9142 delivers a 79-dB ACLR (adjacent-channel leakage ratio) for six-carrier GSM applications.
The AD9142 includes integrated interpolation filters with selectable interpolation factors of 2, 4, and 8. The dual D/A converter data interface supports word and byte load allowing customers to reduce input pins on lower data rates to save board space, power and cost. The AD9142 is available in a space-saving 72-pin LFCSP (lead-frame chip-scale package).
Pricing, Availability and Complementary Products
Price Each In 1,000 Quantities
72-lead 10x10mm LFCSP
Complementary ADI components include the ADL537x and ADRF670x series quadrature modulators, and the AD9516 14-output clock generator IC.
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* Analog Devices, Inc. leads the worldwide data converter market with a 48 percent share, according to industry analyst firm Databeans, Inc. in its market research report titled “2011 Data Converters.” Analog Devices’ 48 percent share is larger than the combined market share of the nearest eight competitors.
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