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resources:eval:user-guides:admx:admx100x [06 Apr 2021 04:56]
Gustavo Castro [ADMX1002 Typical Performance]
resources:eval:user-guides:admx:admx100x [03 May 2021 22:10] (current)
Hadi Nasrollaholhosseini
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 ==== Software Needed ==== ==== Software Needed ====
   * ADMX1002 sourcing GUI   * ADMX1002 sourcing GUI
-     * The user needs to request the GUI download package ​through the Software Request Form. Bellow is the link to the "​Software Request Form". See section "​SOFTWARE INSTALLATION"​ for more details. +     * The user needs to send the request ​of the GUI download package to the following email addressadmx-support@analog.com
-     * [[https://form.analog.com/​form_pages/​softwaremodules/​SRF.aspx|Software Request Form]]+
 ===== General Description ===== ===== General Description =====
 The ADMX1002 module is an ultra-low distortion and low noise signal generator. It offers a frequency range up to 40 kHz. ADMX1002 can be used with digital pre distortion (DPD) algorithm of up to 20 kHz and has distortion performance up to 130dB typical at 1 kHz. A flexible digital interface allows for easy integration into any system. ​ The ADMX1002 module is an ultra-low distortion and low noise signal generator. It offers a frequency range up to 40 kHz. ADMX1002 can be used with digital pre distortion (DPD) algorithm of up to 20 kHz and has distortion performance up to 130dB typical at 1 kHz. A flexible digital interface allows for easy integration into any system. ​
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 ^Name ^Function  ​            ​^Position^ ^Name ^Function  ​            ​^Position^
-|P4 |VCM from DAC or EXT      |1-2 (VCM_DAC)|+|P4 |VCM from DAC or EXT      |2-1 (VCM_DAC)|
 |P6 |EN  ​                    ​|Removed| |P6 |EN  ​                    ​|Removed|
 |P8 |Sense Input Clamp to +5V    |Inserted| |P8 |Sense Input Clamp to +5V    |Inserted|
 |P9 |Sense Input Clamp to -5V    |Inserted| |P9 |Sense Input Clamp to -5V    |Inserted|
 |P11 |Reserved ​            ​|Removed| |P11 |Reserved ​            ​|Removed|
-|P12 |Reserved  ​            |Removed|+|P12 |Sync mode              |2-1 (+3V3)|
 |P13 |Reserved ​                   |Removed| |P13 |Reserved ​                   |Removed|
 |S1 |Reserved ​                   |loopback off| |S1 |Reserved ​                   |loopback off|
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      - You should see the firmware number "FW: 3.1.0.0"​ and "​Module ID: 45135" on the GUI status bar (bottom of the GUI) if the GUI connects properly (see Figure 12).      - You should see the firmware number "FW: 3.1.0.0"​ and "​Module ID: 45135" on the GUI status bar (bottom of the GUI) if the GUI connects properly (see Figure 12).
      - <fc #​ff0000>​**Caution**</​fc>:​ If the GUI does not connect at this step, disconnect the GUI and power off and on the EVAL-ADMX100X-FMCZ evaluation board by plugging off and on the power adaptor and then connect the GUI again.      - <fc #​ff0000>​**Caution**</​fc>:​ If the GUI does not connect at this step, disconnect the GUI and power off and on the EVAL-ADMX100X-FMCZ evaluation board by plugging off and on the power adaptor and then connect the GUI again.
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 +<​note>​The user can set the output common mode voltage with an external voltage. Change the Jumper (P4) position on the eval board to “VCM_EXT” (insert the P4 jumper between pin 2-3). This is to set the common mode from an external voltage. Then you need to connect the external voltage to pin #9 (VCE_EXT is written next to the pin on silkscreen) of the (P10) header. </​note>​
  
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