26 May '15, 1pm

The device features better than 78dBc 2-tone intermodulation distortion (IMD) from DC to 1080MHz output, low...

The device features better than 78dBc 2-tone intermodulation distortion (IMD) from DC to 1080MHz output, low...

DAC has spectral purity for broadband wireless no comment Richard Wilson 26th May 2015 Get news by email Linear Technology’s LTC2000A is a 16-bit, 2.7Gsample/s digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) with a spectral purity for broadband wired-and-wireless communications and radar applications. The chip’s spectral purity is 80dBc SFDR at 50MHz output and 72dBc SFDR at 1080MHz output. The device features better than 78dBc 2-tone intermodulation distortion (IMD) from DC to 1080MHz output, low phase noise and a wide 2.1GHz -3dB output bandwidth. The ±1V compliant outputs feature a 40mA full scale current which can be adjusted as low as10mA or as high as 60mA to suit the application. Data is transferred to the DAC over a parallel LVDS interface port with transfer rates of up to 1.35Gsample/s using a 675MHz double data rate (DDR) data clock. Dual DDR ports are required to achieve th...

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