AD9613-250 Validation of data output patterns

At present, I am going to use ADI's AD9613-250. According to the manual, the output mode of data is separated by different models, but the corresponding relationship between specific models and output mode is not found in the manual, as shown in the figure below.

Please help to confirm which data output mode ad9613bcpz-250 that we used is?

 

 



 

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 30, 2020 9:57 PM

    Hello Jack,

    The AD9613 model differentiations in the Ordering Guide represent the speed grade (170/210/250 Msps) of the model, and whether you want the individual parts delivered in trays, or 7" "RL7" reel qtys.

    All of the speed grade models are capable of being configured via SPI to operate in either of the output modes shown in the datasheet. The Pin Mappings in Tables 8 & 9 reflect the pin configurations corresponding to your selected output mode. Table 8 represents the default interleaved output format and Table 9 represents the Even/Odd output format avail via SPI Register 0x16.

    Best Regards,

    TonyM

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 30, 2020 9:57 PM

    Hello Jack,

    The AD9613 model differentiations in the Ordering Guide represent the speed grade (170/210/250 Msps) of the model, and whether you want the individual parts delivered in trays, or 7" "RL7" reel qtys.

    All of the speed grade models are capable of being configured via SPI to operate in either of the output modes shown in the datasheet. The Pin Mappings in Tables 8 & 9 reflect the pin configurations corresponding to your selected output mode. Table 8 represents the default interleaved output format and Table 9 represents the Even/Odd output format avail via SPI Register 0x16.

    Best Regards,

    TonyM

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