I know the LTC1407-1 is fully specified up to the maximum throughput/channel of 1.5 MSps. Would there be any drawback in performance if it were pushed to 1.536 MSps?
I would like to ask you for my new ADC design: LTC1407
I have a requirement of 500kHz BW with 100dB gain. I would like to have differential input and output.
DS provides an OP amplifier as a suitable driver. However, I need to fullfill…
Clocks 33 and 34 are required in order to satisfy t7 when running SCK at its maximum rate. If running a slower SCK frequency as long as t7 is satisfied only 32 clocks are required.
I moved this thread to the "CrossCore Embedded Studio and Add-ins" forum as it appears a tools related issue.
I suspect that one of the automatic file attributes is being replaced by a macro define in the compiler generated assembly…
I want to build a composite amplifier using the Figure 77 of the datasheet ADA4870-1. It says that the voltage offset is less than 500 uV. I simulate this circuit using LTSpice, when driving ada4637-1 with 0V and monitor the output of ADA4870-1, it is…
I'd like to use the LTC4269-1 (LTC4269IDKD-1#TRPBF) in a design, but I'm seeing current spikes that are too high on the eval board (DC1335B-C). How can you explain this and what can I do to reduce them below the peak current threshold (684 mA)?…
EMI can be complicated with causes from component choices to board layout. It is very design dependent. I recommend that you contact ADI FAE in your area to help you out.
I bought the ADF70301 - 433 EZKIT and I can't find, in the ADF70301 data sheet, the noise figure of the transceiver.
So I'm here to ask: how can i measure the noise figure of the ADF70301 using the 433EZKIT?
Thank you for your support
I'm requesting the gerber files for this product mentioned above... is it possible to receive them. thanks,
I'm setting out to design a module for integration into a larger [wired] building management system that will listen on a fixed frequency (or better yet, cycle through a pre-defined batch of frequencies) in the NOAA weather radio…