- Order samples, evaluation boards or download data sheets: http://www.analog.com/AD9680
- Buy and evaluate today: Digi-Key Corp. and Mouser Electronics stock inventory of evaluation boards.
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About the AD9680 GSPS A/D Converter: Highest Dynamic Range/Best Noise PerformanceThe AD9680 was designed for sampling wide bandwidth analog signals up to 2 GHz and features the industry’s best dynamic range and noise performance over its rated bandwidth range. When converting a 1-GHz input, the converter achieves spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) performance of 80-dBc and 61.5-dBFS signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) while consuming 1.65 W of total power per channel. Integrated functionality includes digital signal processing blocks and a configurable JESD204B interface, allowing designers to create advanced reconfigurable radio platforms that meet bandwidth and cost requirements across multiple systems. Higher speed grades are scheduled. AD9680 Key Features
- Wide full power bandwidth supports RF sampling of signals to 2 GHz
- Buffered inputs with programmable input termination eases filter design and implementation
- Four integrated wide-band decimation filter and numerically controlled oscillators (NCO) blocks support multi-band, multi-standard receivers
- Reference design platform simplifies prototyping
|Product||Availability||Speed Grades||Price Each Per 1K||Packaging|
|AD9680BCPZ-1000||NOW||1 GSPS||$584.38||64-lead LFCSP 9mm x 9mm|
|AD9680EBZ Evaluation Boards||NOW||1000||$750||NA|
|ADS7-V1EBZ Data Capture Board||NOW||NA||$2700||NA|
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