TI introduces a new ultra-high-speed analog-to-digital converter

TI introduces a new ultra-high-speed analog-to-digital converter


ADC12DJ5200RF promises the fastest sampling rate and lowest power consumption. via www.eenewsembedded.com

At 8 GHz, the ADC12DJ5200RF enables engineers to achieve as much as 20 percent higher analog input bandwidth than competing devices, which gives engineers the ability to directly digitize very high frequencies without the power consumption, cost and size of additional down-conversion.

In dual-channel mode, the ADC12DJ5200RF samples at 5.2 gigasamples per second (GSPS) and captures instantaneous bandwidth (IBW) as high as 2.6 GHz at 12-bit resolution. In single-channel mode, the new ultra-high-speed ADC samples at 10.4 GSPS and captures IBW up to 5.2 GHz.

The ultra-high-speed ADC greatly minimizes system errors with offset error as low as ±300 µV and zero temperature drift.

The ADC12DJ5200RF will achieve high measurement accuracy for 5G testing applications and oscilloscopes, and direct X-band sampling for radar applications.

For more information, see www.ti.com/ADC12DJ5200RF-pr

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