We are interested in DC1945A combo board and DC890B evaluation board which consist of LTC2185 ADC IC. DC890B is used to acquire data from the DC1945A and Pscope software is use to collect and anlyse data from ADC but our aim is to store data into external memory or in PC so how to store data from the DC890B,kindly advice or please send a solution for the same.
You can use the recommended Mini-Circuits 180-degree combiners (ZFSCJ-2-1) to convert the differential I+ I- (or Q+ Q-) to single-ended. The DC blocks are required because the LTC5584 has about 3.5V common-mode output voltage. The ZFSCJ-2-1 combiner has internal DC ground connections at its input/output ports. Therefore if you DC-couple the outputs directly to the ZFSCJ-2-1, you would be shorting the 3.5V Vcm to ground. If connectorized DC blocks are not available, you can simply add a large-value series capacitor at each output on the demo board.
sir I want to replace IQ LTC5584 to AD8302(phase detector) and this phase detector connect to DC1945A evaluation board to acquire the digital data, is it possible? can I replace IQ demodulator to phase detector?
how to increase analog input range of DC1945A because in the datasheet of DC1945A give analog input range from 62mV to 125mv and AD8302 output voltage range is 0v to 1.8V.
Please order the Arduino shield board and use Arduino instead:
sir, I have already purchased the DC890B board and I want to acquire the voltage of AD8302 which is 0v to 1.8V so please suggested any ADC board with compatible or supportable to DC890B. please suggested anyone ADC board which supports the analog input range from 0v to 1.8V.thank you
Please see DC890B page -> Related Hardware -> Daughter Boards for compatible ADC demo boards:
One of the DC851A family boards may suite your requirement. You can find a list of board versions, ADC part numbers, resolutions, sampling rates, and input frequencies in the DC851A manual:
Thank you for your kind reply, I had referred the data sheet of demo board DC851A_A-X, contains ADC with the speed from 10 MSPS to 105 MSPS (LTC2280-LTC2299). In all the ADC, the input voltage range is 1VP-P to 2VP-P. While in our application, we want to use a demo board after AD8302 whose output voltage is 0 to 1.9 V. I am still confused whether it will take the input voltage varying from 0 to 1.9 V or not ??
0 to 1.9V is 1.9Vp-p.