I have a question about typical oscillator circuit and AD5160.
In typical oscillator circuit, if we want to avoid clock signal reflection or overshoot when clock at rising edge, there is recommend to add a resistance to reduce them,
however, in my application I often need to sweep clock range about 1k to 100MHz as a data converter's sample clock, so I need to replace this resistance frequently..
My question is whether the AD5160 can replace the SMD resistance in fig.1 ?
( fig.1: OSC circuit )
I am working on this query. Give me sometime to get back to you.
You cannot replace the resistor with AD5160, as the bandwidth is AD5160 is limited to 1.2Mhz for the 5K ohm part.
Thank you for your help, would you recommend other product which have same property but not limit 100 MHz clock signal to pass?
AD5258 has a -3dB bandwidth of 18Mhz. This is the part with Maximum Bandwidth in our portfolio. This also will not be applicable for your application.