I have doubt please clarify?
Can I test LTC2325 with varying DC input signal to test the ADC in very low speed controller? or Sould I give only AC signal. I shorted series capacitance and I tried to connect arduino with dc input, but i get some…
I'm trying to use a Linear/Altera SocKit with a LTC2395a-c eval board to gather some data and write it to the SD on the SocKit. I've been running with the eval software on a PC for proof of concept, and now I need to move it to the ARM and…
Our company chooses an 8-channel ADC that can be sampled at the same time, and sees LTC2325-12 and AD9637-40. I would like to ask you some questions about these two ADC chips.
What's the difference between LTC2325-12 and AD9637-40? What's the difference…
I have setup DC2395A-F + DC890 Boards for high speed ADC testing.
Chip is LTC2325-14
Software: PScope XD P101
Clock in: 15 MHz sine wave at J9.
I have the following error.
Please help me how to make it work.
With an input clock frequency of 110MHz on J9, the FPGA will provide a 5MHz clock to the CNV input of the LTC2325 and the DC2395A will continuously output data to the P1 connector.
I am testing Serial interface for receiving Data from LTC2325-16 ADC and cannot get LSB bit of data.
LSB is always zero. I noticed same question on thi and some german forum but with no satisfying answer therefore I am asking it again.
All analog input signals should be in the range of ground to Vdd. 8vpp assumes both inputs are driven out of phase from 0V-4V. See Figure 10 of the data sheet for an example of this. If you want to drive only one input and have the other input fixed at…
There is no PSRR information available for this part. If you follow the recommended supply bypassing and use a linear regulator you should not have any performance issues.
If the time between conversions exceeds the maximum specified, there will be a gradual loss of accuracy. This also applies to parts such as the LTC2325, etc. Let me know if you have a specific concern or time between conversions and I can help you further…