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I want to use the AD9102 to generate a continuous arbitrary waveform using a look-up table containing 720 waveform samples.
Is it possible?
I moved this question to the High-speed DAC community. Someone should be able to assist you here.
Yes it is. You can store up to 4096 14 bit waveform samples in the AD9102 SRAM as a table.