The AD9694 uses two separate JESD links to output data. It needs to be in subclass 1 for the two links to be synchronized. To be in subclass 1, a SYSREF signal is needed. This is not supported on the AD9694 EVB. However, we can help review the SYSREF…
I would like to use a ADL5205 DC coupled to a AD9694. The default Vocm of the ADL5205 is Vpos/2 = 1.65 V. The typical VCM for the input of the AD9694 is 1.34 so I intend to use VCM_AB & VCM_CD of the AD9694 to drive the VCM inputs of the ADL5205.
Please see the schematic for the AD9694-500EBZ.
EVALUATING THE AD9694 QUAD CHANNEL 500 MSPS ADC [Analog Devices Wiki]
The AD9694-500EBZ has a FMC HPC connector and follows the vita57.1 guidelines for electrical connectivity. If the KCU105/ZC706…
I have purchased the AD9694-500EBZ Eval board including ADS7-V2EBZ FPGA but unfortunately no User Guide came along with the Eval board. I tried online resources for the AD9694 Eval board, but the online resource is not consistent with the AD9694…
On the page for the ad9694-500ebz (https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/ad9694-500ebz), I see this:
Is the Vivado project that generated this file available?
Do you mean HDR-15314-XX cables (i.e. HDr-15314-01) are compatible with the AD9694-500EBZ board and can connect AD9694-500EBZ to ADS7-V2EBZ ?
We are looking for a single ended to differential amplifier to drive AD9694. We searched and found
LTC6409. We'd like to have DC-coupled. For the anti-aliasing filter, can we still use the recommended
circuit on AD9694 datasheet which…
we are using the Analog Devices evaluation board 1.3.2470.0 to test the AD9694.
It is possible to dump the configuration of the AD9694 by readback the register memory map ?
Thanks, Best Regards
The AD9694 uses two separate JESD links to output data. It needs to be in subclass 1 for the two links to be synchronized. To be in subclass 1, a SYSREF signal is needed. This is not supported on the AD9694 EVB. However, when you are ready to design their…
I'm trying to understand the AD9694 - according to the datasheet, "By default, the AD9694 is configured to use four converters and four lanes."
However, it looks like that is *total* number of lanes, and that the device actually uses 2…