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 This user guide describes the [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]],​ [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2600EBZ]] and [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2000EBZ]] evaluation boards which provide all of the support circuitry required to operate the ADC in its various modes and configurations. This guide entails both the hardware and software setup needed to acquire data capture from the evaluation board. ​ This user guide describes the [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]],​ [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2600EBZ]] and [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2000EBZ]] evaluation boards which provide all of the support circuitry required to operate the ADC in its various modes and configurations. This guide entails both the hardware and software setup needed to acquire data capture from the evaluation board. ​
  
-<​WRAP><​note>​Note:​ For evaluating [[adi>​AD9699|AD9699]],​ use only [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]] and [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]] ​with channel A input. </​note></​WRAP>​+<​WRAP><​note>​Note:​ For evaluating [[adi>​AD9699|AD9699]],​ use only [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]] and [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]] channel A input. </​note></​WRAP>​
  
 There are two FPGA based data capture boards that can be used to capture data from the [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]],​ [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2600EBZ]] and [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2000EBZ]] evaluation boards. The available FPGA boards are [[adi>​en/​design-center/​evaluation-hardware-and-software/​evaluation-boards-kits/​EVAL-ADS7-V2|ADS7-V2]] and [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]]. The selection of the FPGA board is based on the maximum line rate required in the evaluation. If the line rate needed in the evaluation is ≤12.5Gbps/​lane,​ the ADS7-V2 can be used for data capture. All applications where the line rate required exceeds 12.5Gbps/​lane but is ≤16Gbps/​lane will require the ADS8-V1 as the data capture board. The user guides for the [[resources/​eval/​ads7-v2|ADS7-V2]] and [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]] provide additional information available for consultation during usage. Documents and software tools, where available, can be found at the [[adi>​hsadcevalboard|HS-ADC Eval Board homepage]]. ​ There are two FPGA based data capture boards that can be used to capture data from the [[adi>​AD9208|AD9208-3000EBZ]],​ [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2600EBZ]] and [[adi>​AD9689|AD9689-2000EBZ]] evaluation boards. The available FPGA boards are [[adi>​en/​design-center/​evaluation-hardware-and-software/​evaluation-boards-kits/​EVAL-ADS7-V2|ADS7-V2]] and [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]]. The selection of the FPGA board is based on the maximum line rate required in the evaluation. If the line rate needed in the evaluation is ≤12.5Gbps/​lane,​ the ADS7-V2 can be used for data capture. All applications where the line rate required exceeds 12.5Gbps/​lane but is ≤16Gbps/​lane will require the ADS8-V1 as the data capture board. The user guides for the [[resources/​eval/​ads7-v2|ADS7-V2]] and [[adi>​en/​content/​CU_High-Speed_ADC_FIFO_evaluation_tools/​fca.html#​ADS8-V1|ADS8-V1]] provide additional information available for consultation during usage. Documents and software tools, where available, can be found at the [[adi>​hsadcevalboard|HS-ADC Eval Board homepage]]. ​
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   * Wide full power bandwidth supports IF sampling of signals up to 9GHz (-3dB point).   * Wide full power bandwidth supports IF sampling of signals up to 9GHz (-3dB point).
   * Four Integrated wide-band decimation filter and NCO blocks supporting multi-band receivers.   * Four Integrated wide-band decimation filter and NCO blocks supporting multi-band receivers.
- * Fast NCO switching enabled through GPIO pins.+  ​* Fast NCO switching enabled through GPIO pins.
   * Flexible SPI interface controls various product features and functions to meet specific system requirements.   * Flexible SPI interface controls various product features and functions to meet specific system requirements.
   * Programmable fast over range detection and signal monitoring.   * Programmable fast over range detection and signal monitoring.
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   * {{ :​resources:​eval:​ad9208_3000ebz_files.zip |Schematic, Gerber layout and BOM}}   * {{ :​resources:​eval:​ad9208_3000ebz_files.zip |Schematic, Gerber layout and BOM}}
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-//Note : The AD9208-3000EBZ,​ AD9689-2600EBZ and the AD9689-2000EBZ use the same design files. The only difference is in the ADC choice//+<​WRAP><​note>​Note: The AD9208-3000EBZ,​ AD9689-2600EBZ and the AD9689-2000EBZ use the same design files. The only difference is in the ADC choice</note><​/WRAP>
 ====== Equipment Needed ====== ====== Equipment Needed ======
   * PC running Windows®   * PC running Windows®
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   * [[ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]] FPGA-based data capture kit   * [[ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]] FPGA-based data capture kit
   * 12V, 6.5A switching power supply (such as the SL POWER CENB1080A1251F01 supplied with [[ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]])   * 12V, 6.5A switching power supply (such as the SL POWER CENB1080A1251F01 supplied with [[ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]])
- * Low phase noise analog input source and antialiasing filter+  ​* Low phase noise analog input source and antialiasing filter
   * Low phase noise sample clock source   * Low phase noise sample clock source
   * Reference clock source ​   * Reference clock source ​
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   - Once the .acezip file has been downloaded from the Analog Devices website, right click on it and install the plug-in, or double click to install. ​   - Once the .acezip file has been downloaded from the Analog Devices website, right click on it and install the plug-in, or double click to install. ​
   - Click Start -> All Programs -> Analog Devices -> ACE -> ACE   - Click Start -> All Programs -> Analog Devices -> ACE -> ACE
-  - The AD9208/​AD9689 plug-in should appear as in Figure 8 if installed ​successfully. <​WRAP><​note>​Note:​The AD9699 evaluation board shares the same plugin with AD9208</​note></​WRAP>​+  - The AD9208/​AD9689 plug-in should appear as in Figure 8 if installed ​properly. <​WRAP><​note>​Note:​ The AD9699 evaluation board shares the same plugin with AD9208</​note></​WRAP>​
   - If the AD9208/​AD9689 plug-in does not appear, or no board is detected, make sure the ADS7-V2 is powered on and the evaluation board is properly connected. Make sure that ACE has been updated to the most recent version and the necessary plug-ins have been installed.<​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​1.png?​direct&​200 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_start.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 8. ACE's AD9208 / AD9689 Plug-in//</​WRAP><​WRAP><​note>​Note:​ Differences may occur between ACE plug-in versions, including the version number seen in Figure 8 above or components in any of the other images below - however, these will not affect the performance of the part nor the fundamental features described in this user guide.</​note></​WRAP>​   - If the AD9208/​AD9689 plug-in does not appear, or no board is detected, make sure the ADS7-V2 is powered on and the evaluation board is properly connected. Make sure that ACE has been updated to the most recent version and the necessary plug-ins have been installed.<​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​1.png?​direct&​200 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_start.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 8. ACE's AD9208 / AD9689 Plug-in//</​WRAP><​WRAP><​note>​Note:​ Differences may occur between ACE plug-in versions, including the version number seen in Figure 8 above or components in any of the other images below - however, these will not affect the performance of the part nor the fundamental features described in this user guide.</​note></​WRAP>​
   - Click on the plug-in to open it. This will open the AD9208/​AD9689 Board View. Click the "​**Program FPGA Image**"​ button to program the ADS7-V2'​s FPGA for communicating with the AD9208-3000EBZ/​AD9689-2600EBZ. Once it is done programming,​ double click on the blue AD9208 / AD9689 chip (in the middle of the board) to open up the Chip View.<​WRAP><​note warning>​**Warning:​ Programming the FPGA will power the AD9208 evaluation board via the FMC connector. Removing any of the board'​s power jumpers (as seen in Figure 6) while the board is on or in operation may cause damage to the board, board components, and/or the chip. Removing the board while it is being powered via the FMC connector may also cause damage to the board.**</​note></​WRAP><​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​a1.png?​direct&​300 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_board_view.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 9. ACE's AD9208 / AD9689 Board View// \\ //<fc #​ff00ff>​Note:​ The plugin might display some warnings/​errors. These can be ignored for now</​fc>//</​WRAP>​ <​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​2.png?​direct&​500 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 10. AD9208 Chip View// \\ //<fc #​ff00ff>​The AD9689 Chip view is similar to the AD9208 chip view</​fc>//</​WRAP>​   - Click on the plug-in to open it. This will open the AD9208/​AD9689 Board View. Click the "​**Program FPGA Image**"​ button to program the ADS7-V2'​s FPGA for communicating with the AD9208-3000EBZ/​AD9689-2600EBZ. Once it is done programming,​ double click on the blue AD9208 / AD9689 chip (in the middle of the board) to open up the Chip View.<​WRAP><​note warning>​**Warning:​ Programming the FPGA will power the AD9208 evaluation board via the FMC connector. Removing any of the board'​s power jumpers (as seen in Figure 6) while the board is on or in operation may cause damage to the board, board components, and/or the chip. Removing the board while it is being powered via the FMC connector may also cause damage to the board.**</​note></​WRAP><​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​a1.png?​direct&​300 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_board_view.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 9. ACE's AD9208 / AD9689 Board View// \\ //<fc #​ff00ff>​Note:​ The plugin might display some warnings/​errors. These can be ignored for now</​fc>//</​WRAP>​ <​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​2.png?​direct&​500 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 10. AD9208 Chip View// \\ //<fc #​ff00ff>​The AD9689 Chip view is similar to the AD9208 chip view</​fc>//</​WRAP>​
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 ==== Obtaining a Full Bandwidth Capture ==== ==== Obtaining a Full Bandwidth Capture ====
   - Under Initial Configuration,​ change the number of Virtual Converters to 1. Click Apply to apply the chip settings. Set the reference clock to the appropriate frequency as recommended by the ACE plugin.<​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​3.png?​direct&​400 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_summary.png?​direct&​400 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 11. Chip Settings, AD9208-3000 on top, AD9689-2600 on bottom//</​WRAP><​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​4.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 12. Apply Settings//</​WRAP>​   - Under Initial Configuration,​ change the number of Virtual Converters to 1. Click Apply to apply the chip settings. Set the reference clock to the appropriate frequency as recommended by the ACE plugin.<​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​3.png?​direct&​400 |}}{{ :​resources:​eval:​ace_ad9689-2600_summary.png?​direct&​400 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 11. Chip Settings, AD9208-3000 on top, AD9689-2600 on bottom//</​WRAP><​WRAP>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​ad9208:​stepbystep:​4.png?​direct&​200 |}}</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>//​Figure 12. Apply Settings//</​WRAP>​
resources/eval/ad9208-3000ebz.txt · Last modified: 12 Jul 2021 11:42 by Mark Arthur Recio