I want to use AD9266-80EBZ evaluation board without using HSC-ADC-EVALCZ . Is it possible to use AD9266 evaluation board stand alone. Can I interface output of AD9266 with another FPGA? What are digital output connectors used in AD9266-80EBZ evaluation…
I'm designing a digitizer based on AD9266-20. It will be transformer coupled, with a 3rd order differential ellittic filter placed between
transformer output and adc input (anti-aliasing).
To correctly design the filter I need to know how to…
Hello! i wanted to use one topology for AD9266 and AD9649 on the different variations. These chips are very similar, except for pins 7-12 AD9266 (DNC - Do not connect), AD9649 (D0 - D5). Could i connect DNC pins AD9266 to high-Z pins FPGA? Do it work?
I want to use AD9266-80EBZ evaluation board without using HSC-ADC-EVALCZ .
Is it possible to use AD9266 evaluation board stand alone. Can I interface
output of AD9266 with another FPGA? What are digital output connectors used
Can I use ADS7-V2EBZ for AD9266-80EBZ to evaluate AD9266?
If yes, do I need to EVAL-ADC-FMC-INT to connect ?
Does VisualAnalog have linux version?
Thank you for your interest in AD9266.
I sincerely apologize for the lateness of this reply.
I see from the screenshots that the ADC being evaluated is the AD9266. The correct FPGA board for the AD9266 is the HSC-ADC-EVALCZ, rather than the HSC-ADC-EVALDZ as indicated in the…
I've attached files of AD9266 output data with inputs floating.
One attachment is FFT (noise only).
One attachment is time domain data (noise only).
The board I found on my bench was a 40Msps part, so the data is at 40Msps.
Thank you for using the AD9266 in your design.
When you write to Address 0x08 through Address 0x18 you must write Address 0xFF = 0x01 for the command to take effect.
Please refer to the "Transfer Register Map" section and descriptions of "0xFF"…
I noticed this question about the AD9266 was also posted to the High Speed ADC Community at: Help datasheet CAN AD9266. Someone there should be able to assist you so I'm locking this thread to avoid duplication of effort.