Yes. The AD9833 is capable of producing a +/- voltage sinusoid. Here is the AD9833 evaluation board user guide that you could use as a guide. To ensure that the waveform is centered around 0, just add a coupling capacitor at Vout.
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Can i generate sawtooth signal only using AD9833?I saw something that i have to use AD9833 and AD9834 together to generate sawtooth signal.Have to i use AD9833 and AD9834 together for generation sawtooth signal?
We want to generate a sine waveform of around 5-10Mhz for medical applications. The board was designed by a team member using AD9833 and 50Mhz clock. Now we realize that AD9833 gives a noise prone sine wave output at frequencys greater than 3MHz…
As the AD9833 has a minimum output voltage of 38mV and a maximum of 650mV, I was wondering if it's possible to program the AD9833 to change the minimum and maximum output voltage.
hello, what is the current of AD9833? I have try to find it in the datasheet, but I don't find it.
and,Does the current of AD9833 change with the frequency?
I am currenly doing an evalaution for the AD9833. Could I have a copy of the Labview code for the AD9833 evaluation board?
I use C8051 MCU to control the AD9833 and some other SPI devices.
Except for the AD9833 I have to configure the SCLK with the clock pole idle at HIGH level state (CKPOL=1, CKPHA=0) and all other devices using CKPOL=0, CKPHA=0
I make 2 different…