The figure is from LTC1064-2 datasheet. How to measure the signal below -70 db. Generally, the oscilloscope has 8bits resolution, which can only measure the -60db signal.
I would like to know ADI's test procedure.
I would like to create a 8th order bandpass filter (fcenter=400Hz) using the demo board DC104B which includes LTC1068 IC. The datasheet is not clear about how to calculate the filter. Formulas for the resistors are presented but not the resource of…
isolation is needed to bridge the ADE into the MCU.
Please use this eval board user guide as reference for isolation.https://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/user-guides/UG-194.PDF
Iam interested in implementing a MIMO 2*2 scenario where i will use 2 fpgas (1 as the transmitter and 1 as the receiver) where each one will be connected with one AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ. So the setup will be : FPGA_1 + AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ_1 =Base stati…
I am going to work with four power supplies and i want to make ORing with them' so that the greater of them will "win".
the inputs voltage are:
It is possible that all of them exists…
I have the EVAL-ADV7612-7511p video evaluation board .I'm using 7612 to receive HDMI inputs from camera(720p @60) , and then feed to 7511 to output the video to the screen.
camera -> 7612 --> 7511 --> screen
When adv7612 output 4:4:4 8bit ycrcb…
Thanks in advance.
I have a input video signal whose format is: YCbCr (Digital YUV) 20 bit (10 chroma + 10 luma).. 1080p60 (1920x1080 60 fps).
As I can read in this forum ADV7610 only supports four modes for SDR 4:2:2:
- 8 bit SDR ITU-R BT.656…
Can the ADV7403 output YUV 4:2:2 rather than YCbCr 4:2:2?
I'm trying to connect with 2 jtags to 2 processors , BF547 and BF512, at the same time with no succes.
I have no Problem to connect to each one of them separatly.
I know that it's Posible to connect to 2 processors at the same time .
I'm having this same exact issue with the LTC6813 as well. The SPI communications work and a valid PEC is received always, however, the values themselves are 6.5535V and the REF voltages are always at 0V.