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Do you have any information on current consumption calculations for AD766x parts?
There is only a negligible difference in the current consumption on these parts for differing input frequencies. In order to calculate the current consumption, you first need to know what configuration you are going to use, that is what modes you are going to use and at what decimation rate. You can then add up the power requirements for each item from the datasheet. For example for the AD7760, when using the whole lot i.e. Modulator + General + Diff Amp + Ref Buffer then the currents AIDD1-4 (provided in the datasheet power requirement specs on page 4) must be multiplied by their relevant voltage supplies and then the digital DIDD*DVDD must also be added to give the full power consumption for the mode. This would be the max power for the part, when it's using all the features and operating at the highest throughput rate 2.5MSPs. Any deviation from this (i.e. not using the ref buffer or diff amp) will then reduce the power used. There is also a power saving issue in the choice of decimation rate. The digital current is all that's affected from decimation rate to decimation rate. For the AD7760 over the full change from max throughput rate 2.5Mhz (dec x 8) to 78Khz (dec x256) there is a circa 50% reduction in DIDD for the part. The reduction in this current would not be as drastic for the AD7762/3 as the range of decimation rates is smaller, but there would be some reduction. Over the range of decimation rates the modulator and general currents will remain as is. So once you know the mode and the decimation rate that you are going to use, you can easily calculate the power requirements using the specs provided in the AD776X datasheets.