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DC2266A - LTC2107 + LTC6409 Demo Board | 16-Bit, 210Msps ADC and Driver Combo Board, DC-100MHz Input, DDR LVDS Outputs, (req DC1371 and DC2219)

Demonstration circuit 2266A features the LTC®2107, 210Msps ADC, and the LTC6409 low noise amplifier. DC2266A supports the LTC2107 DDR LVDS output mode.

The circuitry on the analog inputs is optimized for analog input frequencies from DC to 100MHz. When driven with a 50Ω source, the gain will be 6dB. To modify the input for other input ranges or gains refer to the LTC6409 data sheet.

DC2266A - Schematic


Companion Demo Boards

DC1371B - FMC High-Speed Data Acquisition Board
DC2219A - Single-Ended to Differential Adaptor Board for High-Speed ADC Demoboards



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