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resources:eval:user-guides:ad738x [30 Sep 2019 12:35]
SPop612 [HDL Design Description]
resources:eval:user-guides:ad738x [18 Oct 2019 11:54] (current)
jcolao [Overview]
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   * [[adi>​AD7380]]   * [[adi>​AD7380]]
   * [[adi>​AD7381]]   * [[adi>​AD7381]]
 +  * [[adi>​AD7386]]
 +  * [[adi>​AD7387]]
 +  * [[adi>​AD7388]]
  
  
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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
-The [[adi>​AD7380]] ​and [[adi>​AD7381]] are a 16-bit, 14-bit and 12-+The [[adi>​AD7380]][[adi>​AD7381]], [[adi>​AD7386]],​ [[adi>​AD7387]] and [[adi>​AD7388]], ​are a 16-bit, 14-bit and 12-
 bit pin compatible family of dual simultaneous sampling, high bit pin compatible family of dual simultaneous sampling, high
 speed, low power, successive approximation analog-to-digital speed, low power, successive approximation analog-to-digital
 converters (ADC) that operate from a 3.3 V power supply and converters (ADC) that operate from a 3.3 V power supply and
-features throughput rates up to 4 MSPS for the [[adi>​AD7380]] and  +features throughput rates up to 4 MSPS. The analog input type is 
-[[adi>​AD7381]]. The analog input type is +differential ​for the [[adi>​AD7380]] and  
-differential, accept a wide common mode input voltage and are +[[adi>​AD7381]],​can  ​accept a wide common mode input voltage and are 
-sampled and converted on the falling edge of CS. +sampled and converted on the falling edge of CS. The [[adi>​AD7386]],​ [[adi>​AD7387]] and [[adi>​AD7388]] have single-ended input.
 The [[adi>​AD738x]] has optional integrated on-chip oversampling The [[adi>​AD738x]] has optional integrated on-chip oversampling
 blocks to improve dynamic range and reduce noise at lower blocks to improve dynamic range and reduce noise at lower
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