Quad 12-Bit and Single 14-Bit, 180-MSPS D/A Converters Integrate Complex Waveform Generation Function

  Quad 12-Bit and Single 14-Bit, 180-MSPS D/A Converters Integrate Complex
  Waveform Generation Function

ADI’s quad-channel 12-bit AD9106 and single-channel 14-bit AD9102 D/A
converters provide single-chip alternatives for reducing component count and
simplifying applications requiring recurring complex waveform generation.

Business Wire

NORWOOD, Mass. -- December 11, 2012

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance signal
processing technology and the data converter market share leader*, today
introduced the AD9106 quad-channel, 12-bit, and the AD9102 single-channel,
14-bit, 180-MSPS waveform generators, integrating on-chip static random access
memory (SRAM) and direct digital synthesis (DDS) for complex waveform
generation. ADI’s new D/A converters generate the high-speed,
high-dynamic-range, multichannel complex waveforms required in applications
such as ultrasound transducer excitation, medical instrumentation, portable
instrumentation, signal generators and arbitrary waveform generators.

  *View the AD9106 and AD9102 D/A converter product pages, order samples, and
    download data sheets:

       *http://www.analog.com/AD9106
       *http://www.analog.com/AD9102

  *Get support at ADI’s EngineerZone™ online technical support community:
    http://ez.analog.com/community/data_converters/high-speed_dacs

The on-chip DDS operates up to 180 MHz with a 24-bit tuning word, allowing
10.8-Hz/LSB (least significant bit) frequency resolution and providing a
single frequency output for all D/A converters and independent programmable
phase-shift outputs for each D/A converter. Pattern data can include directly
generated SRAM-stored waveforms, DDS outputs amplitude-modulated by SRAM, or
DDS frequency tuning words from SRAM providing chirp or frequency shift keying
(FSK) modulation. An internal pattern-control state machine allows the user to
program the pattern period for all D/A converters, the start delay within the
pattern period for the signal output on each D/A converter channel, as well as
the repetition rate of the pattern. A serial peripheral interface (SPI) is
used to configure the digital waveform generator and load patterns into the
SRAM.

AD9106/AD9102 D/A Converters Waveform Generator Features:

  *On-chip 4,096-word pattern memory
  *On-chip DDS with 24-bit tuning word
  *Sleep mode power: < 5 mW @ 3.3 V
  *Supply voltage: 1.8 V to 3.3 V
  *SFDR to Nyquist:

       *86 dBc @ 1 MHz output
       *85 dBc @ 10 MHz output

  *Phase noise: −140 dBc/Hz @ 1 kHz offset, 180 MSPS, 8 mA
  *Differential current outputs: 8 mA max @ 3.3 V


Pricing, Availability and Complementary Products
              Sample             Production       Resolution                      Sample       Price Each
Product    Availability    Release       (Bits)        Channels    Rate      In 1,000      Packaging
                                                                                  (MSPS)       Quantities
                                                                                                                32-lead
AD9106     Now             Now           12            4           180       $15.00        5x5mm
                                                                                                                LFCSP
                                                                                                                32-lead
AD9102     Now             Jan 2013      14            1           180       $12.35        5x5mm
                                                                                                                LFCSP


Complementary ADI components include the ADA4817 low noise, low distortion op
amp, the AD8129 low noise differential amp and the AD9514 low jitter clock
distribution IC.

About Analog Devices

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Analog Devices has built one of the longest-standing, highest-growth companies
within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader
in data-conversion and signal-conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves
over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic
equipment. Celebrating over 40 years as a leading global manufacturer of
high-performance integrated circuits used in analog and digital signal
processing applications, Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood,
Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world.
Analog Devices' common stock is listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the
ticker “ADI” and is included in the S&P 500 Index.
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* Analog Devices leads the worldwide data converter market with a 48 percent
share, according to industry analyst firm Databeans, Inc. in its market
research report titled “2011 Data Converters.” Analog Devices’ 48 percent
share is larger than the combined market share of the nearest eight
competitors.

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Contact:

Analog Devices, Inc.
Jim Surber, 336-605-4365
jim.surber@analog.com
or
Porter Novelli
Andrew MacLellan, 617-897-8270
andrew.maclellan@porternovelli.com
 
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