I am trying to set up the AD9144 DAC registers but there are some questions that I would like answered and I was hoping that someone in the community has had previous experience with the AD9144 DAC registers.
I will list the questions that…
Hi Larsc, that's a brilliant explanation.One more question on this item:
larsc said:I really recommend that if you want to synchronize both DACs you use a multi-link setup where a single core inside the FPGA. This will make things a lot easier.
hi sir. this is vinay. am using AD9144(DAC) interfacing with kcu105 fpga board. how to configure ad9144.
i need 140 MHz output from ad9144...how to get this frequency from ad9144 sir...High-Speed DACs
The link to the AD9144 IBIS-AMI models can be found on the AD9144 product page: http://www.analog.com/en/products/digital-to-analog-converters/da-converters/ad9144.html
After doing some studying of the DAQ2 board, the AD9144 and AD9523, I am realizing I was confused when I asked you the questions about getting the AD9144 up to 2.4 or 2.8G.
The AD9523 provides clocking to the AD9144. The AD9523 can provide…
There are three evaluation boards available for the AD9144:
DAC Only Evaluation Board [DPG3 Compatible]
DAC + Modulator (ADRF6720) Evaluation Board [DPG3 Compatible]
I used 2016_R2 for both Linux and HDL. I did have to hard code some GPIOs to enable the DAC and also add adi,sync-ignore-enable to my device tree since I haven't gotten SYNC to come out correctly.
Here is my output with DEBUG defined:
For AD9144 part, only have GND. if you have AGND and DGND on your own board, you shoud consider AD9144 as analog part to connect AD9144 GND to your board's AGND.
You can find the schematics in the evaluation board documentation. ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/HSSP_SW/HSCDAC/Documents/AD9144/AD9144-FMC-EBZ%20RevB%20Schematic.pdf
We do have a HDL example project for the AD9144-FMC-EBZ connected to a ZC706, maybe this…
We already have answered similar question for AD9162 on Ezone:
So the answer is, there is no specific IBIS-AMI model for the AD9164 DAC. We are aware of the package differences…