1) What is the maximum conversion time in the AD7357?
2) Do I can sampling at 10 Hz?
The AD7357 has three possible modes of operations which can be chosen to optimize the power dissipation/throughput rate ratio for different applications. Its partial power-down and full power-down modes are intended for applications requiring slower throughput rates. Timing diagrams detailing these modes can be found on pages 15-16 of the AD7357 datasheet.
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From the AD7357 datasheet, the conversion time is determined by the SCLK frequency used. Based on datasheet limits, conversion time ranges from 198.75ns to 31.005us.
Can you share what your application is? We have parts with lower throughput rates that may be suitable for your application.
Thank you for answer.
I need to do asynchronous single shots by ADC, which bandwidth isn't less then 100MHz.
In generally need an ADC which throughput rate is from DC up to >1MSPS and high bandwidth.
Do I understand correctly that you need ADCs with throughput rates from DC to 1MSPS only? What resolution would you require? Have you taken a look at our parametric search over at the ADI website?
Hi, thank you for your replay.
You understood correctly. In example i need to take one sample and wait infinity. But I need resolution 14 bits or more and bandwidth 100 MHz or higher.
So I want to know. Can I use AD7357 at this mode of sampling?
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