Here you can find the no-OS project for the AD9434-FMC: no-OS/ad9434-fmc-500ebz at master · analogdevicesinc/no-OS · GitHub
We have an application that I think the AD9434 would be ideal for if I'm interpreting the data sheet correctly. We need to have a 500MSPS ADC in an application where the ADC sits in a very low power mode, but a "trigger event" wakes up the ADC in…
This device now shares a PCB design with the AD9434, you can find the information for this at this link:
AD9434 Evaluation Board | Analog Devices
The AD9484 does not have an FMC connector. The AD9434 is a 12 bit version of this ADC, and it is available with an FMC connector. You could ignore the 4 LSBs of the AD9434 if you only need 8 bit resolution.
Unfortunately we only offer the FMC version with the AD9434. If you evaluated the AD9434 with only the 8 MSBs, it would essentially give you the AD9484 performance.
I would like to simulate my system which has got AD9434 using spice. It will be of great help if you can point me to spice model of AD9434.
When you observe the SPI signals, are they directly at the pins of the AD9434? Could you share a scope plot of CSB, SCLK, SDIO when you are writing / reading to the AD9434? Please share that data and we can try to help.
I was wondering whether we can use a Xilinx ZCU102 to test AD9434 FMC card? Here's the link for ZCU102:
Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ZCU102 Evaluation Kit
Can it support the connection to two AD9434 cards at the same time?
Yes, in Figure 41 the Output Common Mode Voltage (Vocm) of the AD8138 amplifier is established by the direct connection between the AD8138 Vocm input pin and the AD9434 CML output pin. It looks like the Vocm pin label was inadvertently left off the…