Design Handbooks (13)
- Printed Circuit Board Design (PCB) Issues
- High Speed DACs and DDS Systems
- Data Converter Support Circuits
- DACs for DSP Applications
- Overview of DAC and ADC Architectures
- Sampled Data Systems
- PC Board Layout and Design Tools
- High Speed Data Conversion Overview
- DAC, DDS, PLL's, and Clock Distribution (pdf, 7676 kB)
Mixed Signal and DSP Design Techniques
- Outline (pdf, 87 kB)
- Section 1: Introduction (pdf, 132 kB)
- Section 2: Sampled Data Systems (pdf, 419 kB)
- Section 3: ADCs For DSP Applications (pdf, 274 kB)
- Section 4: DACs For DSP Applications (pdf, 193 kB)
- Section 5: Fast Fourier Transforms (pdf, 310 kB)
- Section 6: Digital Filters (pdf, 338 kB)
- Section 7: DSP Hardware (pdf, 998 kB)
- Section 8: Interfacing To DSPs (pdf, 236 kB)
- Section 9: DSP Applications (pdf, 421 kB)
- Section 10: Hardware Design (pdf, 488 kB)
- Index (pdf, 145 kB)
High Speed System Applications
- Table of Contents (pdf, 2296 kB)
- Section 1: High Speed Data Conversion Overview (pdf)
- Section 2: Optimizing Data Converter Interfaces (pdf, 1677 kB)
- Section 3: DAC, DDS, PLL's, and Clock Distribution (pdf, 7676 kB)
- Section 4: PC Board Layout and Design Tools (pdf, 3570 kB)
Practical Analog Design Techniques
- Section 1: Single-Supply Amplifiers (pdf, 300 kB)
- Section 2: High Speed Op Amps (pdf, 568 kB)
- Section 3: High Resolution Signal Conditioning ADCs (pdf, 702 kB)
- Section 4: High Speed Sampling ADCs (pdf, 850 kB)
- Section 5: Undersampling Applications (pdf, 502 kB)
- Section 6: Multichannel Applications (pdf, 593 kB)
- Section 7: Overvoltage Effects on Analog Integrated Circuits (pdf, 561 kB)
- Section 8: Distortion Measurements (pdf, 375 kB)
- Section 9: Hardware Design Techniques (pdf, 1335 kB)
High Speed Design Techniques
- Preface: High Speed Design Techniques (pdf, 94 kB)
- Section 1: High Speed Operational Amplifiers (pdf, 283 kB)
- Section 2: High Speed Op Amp Applications (pdf, 557 kB)
- Section 3: RF/IF Subsystems (pdf, 434 kB)
- Section 4: High Speed Sampling and High Speed ADCs (pdf, 335 kB)
- Section 5: High Speed ADC Applications (pdf, 398 kB)
- Section 6: High Speed DACs and DDS Systems (pdf, 253 kB)
- Section 7a: High Speed Hardware Design Techniques (pdf, 597 kB)
- Section 7b: Grounding in High Speed Systems (pdf, 655 kB)
- MT-228: High Speed ADC Analog Input Interface Considerations (pdf, 712 kB)
- MT-200: Minimizing Jitter in ADC Clock Interfaces (pdf, 447 kB)
- MT-031: Grounding Data Converters and Solving the Mystery of (pdf, 144 kB)
- MT-019: DAC Interface Fundamentals (pdf, 345 kB)
- MT-018: Intentionally Nonlinear DACs (pdf, 89 kB)
- MT-017: Oversampling Interpolating DACs (pdf, 151 kB)
- MT-016: Basic DAC Architectures III: Segmented DACs (pdf, 79 kB)
- MT-015: Basic DAC Architectures II: Binary DACs (pdf, 100 kB)
- MT-014: Basic DAC Architectures I: String DACs and Thermometer (Fully Decoded) DACs (pdf, 65 kB)
- MT-013: Evaluating High Speed DAC Performance (pdf, 175 kB)
- MT-010: The Importance of Data Converter Static Specifications – Don't Lose Sight of the Basics! (pdf, 100 kB)
- MT-009: Data Converter Codes—Can You Decode Them? (pdf, 76 kB)
- MT-008: Converting Oscillator Phase Noise to Time Jitter (pdf, 123 kB)
- MT-007: Aperture Time, Aperture Jitter, Aperture Delay Time Removing the Confusion (pdf, 76 kB)
- MT-005: Noise Power Ratio (NPR) A 65-Year Old Telephone System Specification Finds New Life in Modern Wireless Applications (pdf, 213 kB)
- MT-003: Understand SINAD, ENOB, SNR, THD, THD + N, and SFDR so You Don't Get Lost in the Noise Floor (pdf, 92 kB)
- MT-002: What the Nyquist Criterion Means to Your Sampled Data System Design (pdf, 152 kB)
- MT-001: Taking the Mystery out of the Infamous Formula, "SNR=6.02N + 1.76dB," and Why You Should Care (pdf, 94 kB)
Demo circuit for 4- 20-mA HART Enabled Field Instruments
Field instrument demonstration circuit for a loop powered HART® enabled smart transmitter. A complete low power, high precision signal chain solution with minimum area overhead, tested and verified as part of ADI’s Circuits from the Lab™ initiative.
Loop-Powered Field Instrument Circuit with HART Interface
Save time in designing loop powered field instruments with Analog Devices’ demo circuit. It features low power, high performance components – ADuCM360 precision analog microcontroller, AD5421 16-bit 4-20mA loop-powered DAC and AD5700 FSK HART modem.
- AD5755 Get started Video
AD5686R nanoDAC+™: Huge Performance in a Tiny Package!
The AD5686R nanoDAC+™ products are industry-leading, single-supply, rail-to-rail, precision DACs offering best-in-class dc performance (INL, offset error, gain error) and a low drift voltage reference in the smallest packages.
Process Control Demonstration
Featuring the AD5700 HART Modem and the AD5421 which is a complete, loop-powered, 4 mA to 20 mA digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that is designed to meet the needs of smart transmitter manufacturers in the industrial control industry.
PLC Level Sensor Demo
ADI demonstrates a multi-channel Industrial Process Control Evaluation system, which can be used in a variety of industrial applications such as PLC/DCS and Transmitter designs.
AD5755: 16-Bit Multi-Channel Control IC
The AD5755 is a complete 16-Bit quad-channel control IC that integrates ADI's precision data conversion, signal conditioning and power management technologies.
AD5421: 16-bit 4mA to 20mA DAC
The AD5421 is a loop powered 16-bit 4mA to 20mA digital to analog converter (DAC) and features integrated precision converters and smart power management circuitry. The AD5421 is the industry's lowest power 4mA to 20mA DAC.
AD5791: 1PPM DAC, the Industry's First True 20-Bit DAC
The AD5791 represents breakthrough data converter technology that offers unparalleled benefits to system architects and designers of precision electronic equipment. The device boasts true 1ppm Resolution & Accuracy.
Precision basics: How not to be surprised by unexpected error sources
This webcast, co-sponsored by Avnet EM, presents error sources of a few fundamental front end signal conditioning blocks and provides hints for better practices that will save money and speed development time.
How to Lower Power Consumption in Data Acquisition Systems
This webcast will present solutions to lower the power consumption in data acquisition systems. Among the topics to be discussed are the limitations and tradeoffs of using lower power components (such as ADC drivers, regulators, etc). If you are currently in the design phase of a lower power Data Acquisition system, this is a webcast you should attend.
Fundamentals of Designing with Digital to Analog Converters
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: An update to The Fundamentals of the Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) webcast, including basic DAC architectures, understanding DAC errors, how to read a DAC data sheet, how to choose the right DAC. Includes the latest on DAC technology.
Demystifying the JESD204B High-speed Data Converter-to-FPGA interface
This webcast will provide an overview of the JESD204 standard from its original version up to the current "B" revision. In addition, common "high-performance metrics" that are associated with high speed serial interfaces such as JESD204 will be described. Topics covered in this webcast will also be useful for applications that use similar high speed serial interfaces.
Webcast: Five Things You Don't Know about DACs
This webcast presents the five key specification areas of Precision Digital to Analog Converters (DAC): Resolution and Accuracy, Total Unadjusted Error, Output Noise, Buffering and finally Dynamic Performance. This webcast will give you a deeper understanding of DACs and how their specifications can impact system level performance.
Healthcare Webcast: Solving Medical Equipment Signal Path Design Challenges
Medical devices and instruments are trending toward lower power and smaller form factors, yet they must deliver high performance and accuracy, sometimes in very harsh environments. In this webcast we're going to learn how analog and mixed signal components can help enable system designers to meet those stringent objectives.
Fundamentals of Designing with Semiconductors: Understanding Sampled Data Systems
This webcast begins a three-part series focusing on the conversion of analog, electrical signals into digital signals, which can then be analyzed and manipulated by DSP, microcontrollers, and other embedded processors. But before we can use a data converter, we need to first understand the fundamentals of sampled data systems; unipolar and bipolar codes, transfer functions, Nyquist theory, and filters, among others.
Webcast: Understanding Data Converter Errors and Specifications
In this Webcast, ADI systems applications expert Chris Hyde will conduct a rapid review of the most common sources of errors in a data converter and how to interpret specs on the data sheet.