Looking for High-Speed ADC FMC Card for Zedboard

Hello,

I'm looking for a High-Speed ADC FMC Card for the Zedboard.

I found this: AD9467 Native FMC Card / Xilinx Reference Design [Analog Devices Wiki] 

But I can not be sure if it fits my requirements. I'm hoping you can help me out.

I am trying digitize the video output of the analog camera: Sony CX-HR50. The datasheet can be found here Sony Product Detail Page XCHR50  . It's a progressive scan black and white CCD Camera.

The Video Ouput looks like this on an Oscilloscope:

Do you think the AD9467 FMC Card is an appropriate ADC for the Camera? Or can you suggest another FMC Card fr my purpose?

Thank you!

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  • Dear

    I'm not a ADI's employee But I can say you a note.

    there is an article by Derek Redmayne:

    Near Noiseless ADC Drivers for Imaging

    http://cds.linear.com/docs/en/lt-journal/LTJournal-V23N2-07-di-LTC2270-DerekRedmayne.pdf 

    CCDs (charge coupled devices) and other sensors place heavy demands on digitizers,
    both in terms of sample rates, and in signal-to-noise ratio. The sensor output is typically
    a ground-referenced series of analog levels (pixels), possibly with transients occurring
    between the pixel boundaries. As the number of pixels increases, so does the sample
    rate of the ADC required to capture the image, with 20Msps pipelined ADCs sufficient for
    most high dynamic range applications. To ensure the highest SNR performance of the
    sampled signal, the drive circuitry for the ADC must provide low impedance, fast settling
    without introducing wideband noise and yet present high input impedance to the sensor.

    even you can email him.

    Best Regards

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  • Dear

    I'm not a ADI's employee But I can say you a note.

    there is an article by Derek Redmayne:

    Near Noiseless ADC Drivers for Imaging

    http://cds.linear.com/docs/en/lt-journal/LTJournal-V23N2-07-di-LTC2270-DerekRedmayne.pdf 

    CCDs (charge coupled devices) and other sensors place heavy demands on digitizers,
    both in terms of sample rates, and in signal-to-noise ratio. The sensor output is typically
    a ground-referenced series of analog levels (pixels), possibly with transients occurring
    between the pixel boundaries. As the number of pixels increases, so does the sample
    rate of the ADC required to capture the image, with 20Msps pipelined ADCs sufficient for
    most high dynamic range applications. To ensure the highest SNR performance of the
    sampled signal, the drive circuitry for the ADC must provide low impedance, fast settling
    without introducing wideband noise and yet present high input impedance to the sensor.

    even you can email him.

    Best Regards

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