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DC2303A-D - LTC2000A-16 Demo Board (FMC) | 16-Bit 2.7Gsps DAC with DDR LVDS Interface

Demonstration circuit 2303 supports the LTC®2000 and LTC2000A, a high speed, high dynamic range family of DACs. It was specially designed for applications that require differential DC coupled outputs. DC2303 supports the complete family of the LTC2000 including 16-, 14- and 11-bit parts. For all the variations see Table 1.

Companion Board: Kintex Board





The LTDACGen System is designed to demonstrate and support the evaluation of Linear Technology high speed, high performance DACs. The easy-to-use LTDACGen graphical user interface (GUI) enables generation of single and multi-tone data, as well as single- and multi-carrier spread-spectrum signals quickly and conveniently. Data can be previewed and manipulated in both the time and frequency domains. Data can also be exported and imported using straightforward text-based files allowing arbitrary patterns to be sent to the demo-system with a few simple mouse clicks.

The software package also provides an automatic update feature to keep the program current with the latest set of features and fixes.

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LinearLabTools is a collection of Matlab and Python programs that provide direct access to Linear Technology’s data converter evaluation boards.  An evaluation board for a data converter will typically plug into an accompanying controller board, which is then connected to a host computer running a Linear supplied GUI program such as PScope for Analog-to-Digital converters or LTDACgen for Digital-to-Analog converters. The GUI allows basic performance measurements to be made, but it is not designed to run arbitrary sequences of tests or communicate with other hardware, as is often required by customers when evaluating a part for their own application. LinearLabTools allows customers to control Linear’s data converter demo boards as they would any other piece of test equipment, using their own software.

The LinearLabTools package also contains various application examples, simulations, and educational programs that demonstrate mixed signal concepts.

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