Hello,Our customer has trouble in evaluating AD9176.He is trying to do the "DC TEST MODE", he connects PC and AD9716-FMC-EBZ using a USB cable, without ADS8-V1EBZ. The device manager finds AD9176-FMC-EBZ but the ACE software could not find it…
For the AD916x products yoiu should be able to achieve deterministic latency to within 1 DAC clock cycle following the procedure used in the multi-chip sync described in the attached.
<<AD916x MCS Procedure_v0.5.pdf>>
Generally, we recommend using multiples of 122.88MHz. This is due to the 122.88MHz VCXO we picked as a reference to HMC7044's PLL2. The VCXO is locked via HMC7044's PLL1 to external reference.
It is possible to replace the VCXO, if…
I am starting to write our firmware for AD9176; however, I noticed the API referenced in the documentation for AD917x-API only supports AD9171/AD9172/AD9173:
Recently, I started with AD9176 datasheet. I am completely new to this DAC terminologies and sorry for my simple!!! question.
My question is that what is channelizer? I see following figure in the datasheet.
I can see same data is routed to three…
I've been trying to configure the AD9176 to do some output signal strength testing. I am testing the main channel paths for both DAC outputs, so I am using the NCO only test mode. I followed the power up sequence and register writes on page 73…
What is the settling time for the AD9176 after changing the NCO from one frequency to another?
Do you have some measurement result of AD9176 NSD with 12GSPS and 5GHz output?
Even if there is a similar evaluation result for other equivalent parts (AD917x), it should be helpful for me.
The AD9176 Rev B datasheet does not appear to clarify a required power sequence for the power rails. Can you please define this requirement, or point me to a document that states what this might be?
With the AD9176-FMC-EBZ evaluation board, we are creating a wide-band transmitter, using specifically JESD modes 12, 20, or 21.
As the clocking and the jitter associated with it greatly dictates the overall system performance, would the on-board…