System Evaluation Kit tests high-speed data converters.
March 20, 2013 -
With HSDC-SEK-10, users can minimize evaluation time for host of demanding applications in which high-speed data converters are key system performance drivers, such as test and measurement, communications, defense, and medical equipment. System components include: pattern capture card with capture buffer of 64 K samples, pattern generator card, low-jitter programmable clock source, clean 10 MHz signal source, and multi-output regulated power supply.
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Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)
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Dallas, TX, 75243-4136
TI Introduces Industry's First Complete High-speed Data Converter System Evaluation Kit
Kit includes everything needed to fully evaluate high-speed data converters
DALLAS, -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) introduced the industry's first complete high-speed data converter system evaluation kit (HSDC-SEK), which significantly reduces system evaluation costs and enables designers to get their system running in minutes. The HSDC-SEK-10 includes a pattern capture card, pattern generator card, low-jitter clock source, clean 10-MHz signal source and a multi-output regulated power supply. For more information and to purchase the kit, visit www.ti.com/hsdc-sek-10-pr.
The HSCD-SEK-10 can significantly reduce evaluation time and costs for a host of demanding applications in which high-speed data converters, such as the dual, 14-bit, 250-MSPS ADS4249 analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and the quad, 16-bit, 1.5-GSPS DAC34SH84 digital-to-analog converter (DAC), are key system performance drivers. Examples include test and measurement, communications, defense and medical equipment.
Key features and benefits of the HSDC-SEK-10
-- Significantly reduces evaluation costs: Evaluating ADCs and DACs is expensive, with lab equipment costs running as high as $20,000 or more. The low-cost HSDC-SEK-10 eliminates this investment for basic evaluation.
-- Enables quick evaluation: Systems can be up and running in as little as 30 minutes.
-- Provides complete solution for powering, clocking and evaluating data.
Key system components include the following:
-- TSW4806EVM, which features the LMK04806 dual-PLL clock jitter cleaner and generator. It provides a complete, low-cost, low-noise and portable clocking solution.
-- TSW1405EVM pattern capture card, which supports most LVDS-format TI ADC evaluation modules EVMs) with a capture buffer of 64K samples.
-- TSW1406EVM pattern generator card, which supports pattern generation for most LVDS-format TI DAC EVMs, with a pattern size of up to 64K samples.
-- TSW2200EVM, which supplies low-noise power to EVMs, and the TSW2110EVM, which provides a clean 10-MHz analog input for the ADC.
-- Fast FFT analysis or pattern generation: High-Speed Data Converter Pro graphical user interface (GUI) enables speedy FFT analysis or pattern generation capabilities.
Availability and pricing
The HSDC-SEK-10 can be purchased today for US$799.
Learn more about TI's high-speed data converter portfolio by visiting the links below:
-- Buy the HSDC-SEK-10 from the TI eStore: www.ti.com/hsdc-sek-10-buy-pr.
-- Download the User Guide: www.ti.com/hsdc-sek-10-guide-pr .
-- Ask questions and get answers from TI experts in the High Speed Data Converter Forum on the TI E2E(TM) Community: www.ti.com/e2ehsdc-prb.
-- Follow what our signal chain experts have to say on the Analog Wire blog: www.ti.com/analogwire-pr .
-- Download a news release graphic at: www.ti.com/newscenterphotos-pr .
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