ADAC250

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Overview

 

 

The ADAC250 FPGA mezzanine card (FMC) is designed around the high-performance A/D and D/A conversion technology from Texas Instruments — it integrates one dual, 14-bit, 250 MSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADS62P49) and a dual, 16-bit, 1 GSPS digital-to-analog converter (DAC5682Z; also capable of a 2–4× interpolation mode). Combined with multiple clocks and synchronization modes, the ADAC250 is at its best in DSP applications such as:

Applications

  • software-defined radio (SDR)
  • advanced telecommunications (MIMO systems, cognitive radios, beamformers, LTE, WiMAX)
  • signal intelligence (SIGINT)
  • RADAR
  • SONAR
  • Medical imaging

Highlights

  • Two, 250 MSPS, 14-bit ADCs
  • Two, 1 GSPS, 16-bit DACs
  • Supports multiple clock and reference configurations
  • Versatile and industry-standard VITA 57.1 FMC module
  • Plug & Play with Nutaq’s µTCA Perseus AMCs
  • Integrated programmable gains on both converters
  • Wideband, AC-coupled I/Os
  • DAC capable of 2–4× interpolation modes (low pass/high pass), coarse mixing, offset adjustments, and delay adjustments
  • Equipped with an onboard, low-jitter reference clock and synchronization PLL (AD9511)
  • Supports external or FMC-driven reference clocks for synchronized multiboard/multichannel applications
  • Supports external or FMC-driven sampling clocks (AD9511 with the PLL bypassed) for phase-coherent multiboard/ multichannel applications
  • Supports external triggers for event-based acquisition

Integrated DAQ system

The ADAC250 can be packaged within a complete tunrkey MicroTCA DAQ system, see the μDigitizer systems.
 

ADC/DAC FMCs

Other FMC A/D and D/A IO cards are available here.
 

Software

Stand-alone

FMC BSP reference designs section, click here.

Supplied with Perseus

FMC modules software interfaces to Perseus are included with Perseus's software.

For details about the Perseus AMC, click here.

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From Analog to Digital – Part 6c: ADC Performance Louis Chouinard 2013/07/29 - 4:00am
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From Analog to Digital – Part 4b: Signal Bandwidth Louis Chouinard 2013/05/22 - 4:00am
From Analog to Digital – Part 3: Signal Sampling Louis Chouinard 2013/05/08 - 4:00am
Digital Implementation of MIMO Radar Systems Etienne Fiset 2013/04/30 - 4:00am
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