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AD4001 and AD4005 differences

The AD4005 (1Ms/s) and the AD4001 (2Ms/s) are differential-input 16-bit ADCs that have identical conversion times. What (if any) are  the internal design differences between the two parts that allow the acquisition time to be specified as 290ns for the AD4001 but 2.7 times longer at 790ns for the AD4005?

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  • Hi, 

    Apologies for missing this item. We cannot really disclosed directly regarding the internal design. But in general the part are both tested and has a guaranteed performance based on their timing specifications. So if you want a faster throughput you can use AD4001 and if you need a much slower throughput you can use AD4005.  

    Thanks,

    Jellenie

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  • Hi, 

    Apologies for missing this item. We cannot really disclosed directly regarding the internal design. But in general the part are both tested and has a guaranteed performance based on their timing specifications. So if you want a faster throughput you can use AD4001 and if you need a much slower throughput you can use AD4005.  

    Thanks,

    Jellenie

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