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12-Bit, 500Msps Interpolating and Modulating Dual DAC with CMOS Inputs

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1ku List Price Starting From $20.69
Features
  • 72dB ACLR at fOUT = 61.44MHz (Single-Carrier WCDMA)
  • Meets 3G UMTS, cdma2000®, GSM Spectral Masks (fOUT = 122MHz)
  • Noise Spectral Density = -151dBFS/Hz at fOUT = 16MHz
  • 90dBc SFDR at Low-IF Frequency (10MHz)
  • 86dBc SFDR at High-IF Frequency (50MHz)
  • Low Power: 511mW (fCLK = 100MHz)
  • User Programmable
    • Selectable 2x, 4x, or 8x Interpolating Filters
      • < 0.01dB Passband Ripple
      • > 99dB Stopband Rejection
    • Selectable Real or Complex Modulator Operation
    • Selectable Modulator LO Frequency: OFF, fIM/2, or fIM/4
    • Selectable Output Filter: Lowpass or Highpass
    • Channel Gain and Offset Adjustment
  • EV Kit Available (Order the MAX5893EVKIT)
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The MAX5893 programmable interpolating, modulating, 500Msps, dual digital-to-analog converter (DAC) offers superior dynamic performance and is optimized for high-performance wideband, single-carrier transmit applications. The device integrates a selectable 2x/4x/8x interpolating filter, a digital quadrature modulator, and dual 12-bit high-speed DACs on a single integrated circuit. At 30MHz output frequency and 500Msps update rate, the in-band SFDR is 84dBc while consuming 1.1W. The device also delivers 72dB ACLR for single-carrier WCDMA at a 61.44MHz output frequency.

The selectable interpolating filters allow lower input data rates while taking advantage of the high DAC update rates. These linear-phase interpolation filters ease reconstruction filter requirements and enhance the passband dynamic performance. Individual offset and gain programmability allow the user to calibrate out local oscillator (LO) feedthrough and sideband suppression errors generated by analog quadrature modulators.

The MAX5893 features a fIM/4 digital image-reject modulator. This modulator generates a quadrature-modulated IF signal that can be presented to an analog I/Q modulator to complete the upconversion process. A second digital modulation mode allows the signal to be frequency-translated with image pairs at fIM/2 or fIM/4.

The MAX5893 features a standard 1.8V CMOS, 3.3V tolerant data input bus for easy interface. A 3.3V SPI™ port is provided for mode configuration. The programmable modes include the selection of 2x/4x/8x interpolating filters, fIM/2, fIM/4 or no digital quadrature modulation with image rejection, channel gain and offset adjustment, and offset binary or two's complement data interface.

Pin-compatible 14- and 16-bit devices are also available. Refer to the MAX5894 data sheet for the 14-bit version and the MAX5895 data sheet for the 16-bit version.

See a parametric table of the complete family of pin-compatible 12-/14-/16-bit high-speed DACs.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
Part Models 2
1ku List Price Starting From $20.69

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Evaluation Kits 6

MAX5894EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5894EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)

MAX5893EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5893EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)

MAX5894EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5894EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)

MAX5893EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5893EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)

MAX5895EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5895EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)

MAX5895EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

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MAX5895EVCMOD2

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Evaluation Kit for the MAX5893, MAX5894, and MAX5895

Features and Benefits

  • Proven PC Board Layout
  • SPI 4-Wire Serial Interface
  • On-Board Reference Circuitry
  • On-Board Reset Circuitry
  • Assembled and Tested
  • Include Windows 98/2000/XP-Compatible Software

Product Detail

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested circuit boards that contain all the components necessary to evaluate the performance of this family of interpolating and modulating dual digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The EV kit boards include circuitry that converts the DAC differential output currents to single-ended voltages. The EV kits also include circuitry that generates a clock signal from an AC sine-wave input signal.

The included evaluation software runs under Windows® 98/2000/XP, providing a graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise the features of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 through the use of an SPI™ interface.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits provide a proven PC board layout to facilitate evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895. The EV kits must be interfaced to appropriate timing signals for proper operation. When using the EV kits without the CMOD232 command module, connect the system-side power (VMOD), ground-return (GND), and interface (SCLK, CS, DIN, DOUT) signals to the pads on the PC board (see Figure 5). Refer to the MAX5895 data sheet for timing requirements.

The MAX5895 evaluation software runs under Windows 98/2000/XP on an IBM® PC, interfacing to the EV system board (CMOD232) through the computer's serial communications port. See the Quick Start section for setup and operating instructions.

Order the complete EV system for comprehensive evaluation of the MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 using a personal computer. Order the EV kit if the command module has already been purchased with another Maxim EV system, or for custom use in other microcontroller (µC)-based systems.

The MAX5893/MAX5894/MAX5895 EV kits can be used to evaluate the MAX5893 (12-bit), MAX5894 (14-bit), and the MAX5895 (16-bit) digital-to-analog converters. See the Ordering Information table for instructions on how to order the EV kit (and EV system) with these devices preinstalled.

Applications

  • Analog Quadrature Modulation Architectures
  • Base Stations: 3G UMTS, CDMA, and GSM
  • Broadband Cable Infrastructure
  • Broadband Wireless Transmitters
  • Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
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