Features and Benefits
- 15Msps Throughput Rate
- No Pipeline Delay, No Cycle Latency
- 93.8dB SNR (Typ) at fIN = 1MHz
- 102dB SFDR (Typ) at fIN = 1MHz
- Nyquist Sampling Up to 7.5MHz Input
- Guaranteed 16-Bit, No Missing Codes
- ±0.8LSB INL (Max)
- 8.192VP-P Differential Inputs
- 5V and 2.5V Supplies
- Internal 20ppm/°C (Max) Reference
- Serial LVDS Interface
- 125mW Power Dissipation
- 32-Pin (5mm × 5mm) QFN Package
The LTC2387-16 is a low noise, high speed, 16-bit 15Msps successive approximation register (SAR) ADC ideally suited for a wide range of applications. The combination of excellent linearity and wide dynamic range makes the LTC2387-16 ideal for high speed imaging and instrumentation applications. No-latency operation provides a unique solution for high speed control loop applications. The very low distortion at high input frequencies enables communications applications requiring wide dynamic range and significant signal bandwidth.
To support high speed operation while minimizing the number of data lines, the LTC2387-16 features a serial LVDS digital interface. The LVDS interface has one-lane and two-lane output modes, allowing the user to optimize the interface data rate for each application.
- High Speed Data Acquisition
- Control Loops
Product Lifecycle Recommended for New Designs
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Evaluation Kits (1)
Demonstration circuit 2290A features the LTC2387 family. With up to 15Msps, these differential input, single channel, 18-/16-Bit, serial, high speed successive approximation register (SAR) ADCs are available in a 32-Pin QFN package. The LTC2387 family has an internal 20ppm/°C reference and a serial LVDS interface. The demo manual refers to the LTC2387 but applies to all members of the family, the only difference being the sample rate and the number of bits. The DC2290A demonstrates the AC performance of the LTC2387 in conjunction with the DC718 data collection board. Differential amplifier demo boards are available separately that provide amplification of low level differential signals if required. Alternatively, by connecting the DC2290A into a customer application the performance of the LTC2387 can be evaluated directly in that circuit.
Software & Systems Requirements
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