The J11 input is pulse signal .VPP is 600mV（differential）,rise time :2ns, fall time:1.6ns.Then I test the R16 and R17 differential signal.
How can the waveform as shown in the diagram be eliminated? Thank you!
Hi Mr. K,
Thank you for using ADI product in your design. Can I see the design that you created using the ADA4960?
If you want to understand the behavior of the ADA4960, I'll suggest you can also use the ADA4960 SPICE model and simulate your design…
Would like to use AD9959 DDS in Super Nyquist application for frequencies from 1.4-1.5GHz. No suitable transformers exist in this band with CT, so considering using ADA4960-1 as interface to the DAC outputs. Curious if this would be a good device to use…
Moved this question on the ADA4960-1 to the ADC Drivers community.
Apologies for the very late reply.
1. Yes, ADA4960 can be used as DC single input to differential output as long as the input source you will use is within the 2.25V-2.75V Input common mode range.
2. No. ADA4960 was designed for a single supply…
I'm considering the ADA4960-1 for an ADC driver application that requires requires a fairly low frequency AC coupling (30kHz) and a maximum signal frequency of 200MHz. The datasheet of the ADA4960-1 does not have any data for frequencies less than…
The ADA4960 datasheet mentions:
"The buffered inputs of the ADA4960-1 isolate the gain-setting
resistor (RG) from the signal inputs, maintaining a constant 10 kΩ
input resistance, easing matching and input drive requirements."
Thanks very much for the reply. But there are two questions remains.
1. I don't understand the "use dual +/- 2.5V supplies", do u means connecting the VCC to +2.5V and GND to -2.5V?
2. When I am doing the Pspice transient simulation using…
You say that closed loop output impedance is the same as differential output impedance? For example: In the ADA4960 or AD8351 amplifiers output differential resistance is 150 Ohm and capacitance ~1 pF.
In the image you have attached I see…