Overview

Features and Benefits

  • 20 GHz Input Bandwidth
  • Full Flash Architecture with Ultra-Low Latency
  • Over/Under Range Bit
  • Data Inhibit Function
  • Data XOR Function
  • 1:2 Demux Output
  • Programmable Differential CML Output Swing
  • 64 Lead Plastic 9 × 9 mm SMT Package: 81 mm2

Product Details

The HMCAD5831LP9BE is a wideband 3-bit analogto- digital converter with over/under range bit. The converter operates at typical speeds of up to 26 GSPS under typical conditions with a Nyquist input. Reference ladder end voltages are set externally by the user allowing the user to customize input common mode and swing levels. ADC outputs can be forced to 0 by using the Data Inhibit function. Output data can be modulated by an external clock via the XOR CML input. The HMCAD5831LP9BE also features a 1:2 demux with half rate clock output. The output bits are binary weighted, where X2 and Y2 are the MSBs. The singleended RF input can be AC or DC coupled and supports broadband operation.

The HMCAD5831LP9BE operates from −5V and −3.3V supplies and is available in RO HS-compliant 9 × 9 mm SMT package.

Applications

  • Ultra Wideband Phased Arrays
  • Radio Astronomy
  • Serial Data Links
  • Test Equipment for Link Diagnostics
  • Spectrometers

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