ADIS16203 : Latency until updating data register

Hello,

I'd like to know the latency of ADIS16203.
I have heard that the ADI's MEMS sensors are using sigma-delta adc usually.
So I am guessing the ADIS16203 is same.
Also the ADIS16203 has digital filter.

I'd like to know the formula for computation for latency which is from changing angle until updating data register(INCL_OUT and INCL_180_OUT).
Would you please indicate the formula of latency ?


Best regards,
ysuzuki

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Nov 30, 2016 7:26 AM

    Thank you for your post.  I am a bit confused.  What do you have to gain by guessing about the ADC?  How does that even matter?  It doesn't seem to relate to your request.  The cutoff frequency of the sensor signal chain is actually ~2kHz and with the sample rate of 4096, so using the classic definition of the latency, the latency is probably on the order of 100us.  Having said that, most inclinometer applications use digital filtering to lower the bandwidth, in order to improve the noise.  So, you might need to consider what noise you need, before you settle on analyzing the latency.  If you need more detail, can you help us understand more about your application and perhaps provide your definition for latency?  Most dynamic applications, which care about latency, actually use a gyroscope, since they do not have a response to linear acceleration (which influences the accuracy of the tilt during motion).

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Nov 30, 2016 7:26 AM

    Thank you for your post.  I am a bit confused.  What do you have to gain by guessing about the ADC?  How does that even matter?  It doesn't seem to relate to your request.  The cutoff frequency of the sensor signal chain is actually ~2kHz and with the sample rate of 4096, so using the classic definition of the latency, the latency is probably on the order of 100us.  Having said that, most inclinometer applications use digital filtering to lower the bandwidth, in order to improve the noise.  So, you might need to consider what noise you need, before you settle on analyzing the latency.  If you need more detail, can you help us understand more about your application and perhaps provide your definition for latency?  Most dynamic applications, which care about latency, actually use a gyroscope, since they do not have a response to linear acceleration (which influences the accuracy of the tilt during motion).

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