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|Dual, 16-Bit, 2500 MSPS, TxDAC+® Digital-to-Analog JESD204B Converter with offset, phase and gain compensation.
The reference design generates the signals for AD9152 either from an internal DDS or external memory (via VDMA). The internal DDS consists of four independent signal generators with programmable phase offset and frequency. These four signal generators are paired to create two tones that are interleaved and driven to the DAC.
|14-Bit, 1250 MSPS, Dual Analog-to-Digital JESD204B Converter (ADC).
The reference design transfers the received data to DDR via DMA. An optional off-line FFT core may be used to generate a spectrum plot.
|Low Jitter Clock Generator (1MHz to 1.25GHz) with 14 Outputs.
The system is clocked through an on board crystal (100MHz). The clock path mainly consists the AD9528 which up converts this signal to ~3.7GHz, and then divides this back down to any integer divider of this ~3.7GHz output.
The default reference design that ADI provides does the following:
These clocks can be changed, but the key thing to remember is that the AD9528 drives both the ADC and DAC. The AD9528 has various clock banks. The best thing to do if you are interested in the details of this, is to get the Eval board software, and play with the different settings (you don't need a demo board connected to run the software).
|4A, 20V step-down switcher.
|High accuracy, 500mA LDO
|Ultra low noise, 150/200 mA LDO
|Low VIN, 2A LDO
|Low VIN, 1.2A LDO
|Low VIN, 600mA LDO
The board receives all the power from the FPGA board through FMC.