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Solutions Search - Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC)

Single-Ended to Differential Driver Circuit for the LTC2387-18 SAR ADC

Doug Stuetzle - Senior Analog Applications Engineer Sep 26th 2016
The LTC®2387-18 is a 15Msps, highly linear, low-noise SAR converter with differential inputs. The combination of excellent linearity and wide dynamic range makes this ADC ideal for high speed imaging and instrumentation applications. No-latency operation provides a unique solution for high speed control loop applications. ...

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Terasic C5G Cyclone V GX Starter Kit

Jun 20th 2014
The Cyclone V Starter Kit presents a robust hardware design platform built around the Altera Cyclone V GX FPGA, which is optimized for the lowest cost and power requirement for transceiver applications with industry-leading programmable logic for ultimate design flexibility. With Cyclone V FPGAs, you can get the power, cost, ...

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The LT1993-2 Driving an LTC2255 ADC Sampling at 96.12Msps with a 70MHz, 4-Channel WCDMA Signal

Mar 29th 2005
70MHz IF signal driver into ADC. Four to one transformer on input with capacitive coupling into input of LT1993-2, LC filter on output provides Out of Band Filtering. ...

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High Linearity Components Simplify Direct Conversion Receiver Designs

Jan 20th 2005
LT5575 Demodulator with 20MHz Low pass Filter, common mode output voltage can be set regardless of input voltage. A filter at the output of the demodulator filters out of band signal and the filter at the inputs of the ADC performs the anti aliasing function. ...

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Single Supply 16-Bit ADC Driver

Aug 17th 2001
This circuit shows the LT6203 driving an LTC1864 unipolar 16-bit, 250ksps A/D converter. The bottom half of the LT6203 is in a gain of 1 and buffers the 0V negative fullscale signal VLOW into the negative input of the LTC1864. The upper half of the LT6203 is in a gain of 10, referenced to the buffered voltage VLOW and drives ...

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Split or Single Supply Operation, Bidirectional Output into A/D

Aug 8th 1998
In this circuit, split supply operation is used on both the LT1787 and LT1404 to provide a symmetric bidirectional measurement. In the single-supply case, where the LT1787 pin 6 is driven by VREF, the bidirectional measurement range is slightly asymmetric due to VREF being somewhat greater than mid-span of the ADC input range. ...

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