The FMC151 is a dual channel ADC and dual channel DAC FMC daughter card. It provides two 14-bit A/D channels and two 16-bit D/A channels which can be clocked by an internal clock source (optionally locked to an external reference) or an externally supplied sample clock. In addition there is one trigger input for customized sampling control.
The FMC151 daughter card is mechanically and electrically compliant with the FMC standard (ANSI/VITA 57.1).
With a low-pin count connector, front panel I/O, the FMC151 can be used in a conduction cooled environment.
The design is based on TI's ADS62P49 dual channel 14-bit 250Msps ADC and TI's DAC3283 dual channel 16-bit 800Msps D/A. The analog signal inputs are DC-coupled, connecting to MMCX/SSMC coax connectors on the front panel and the input. The input and output have digitally controlled offset correction.
The FMC151 allows flexible control of clock source, analog input gain, and offset correction through serial communication buses.
Furthermore, the card is equipped with power supply and temperature monitoring and offers several power-down modes to switch off unused functions, reducing system level power and heat, and is well suited for software defined radio (SDR), battery or other low power source applications. This is ideal for applications such as airborne where power demand effects mission range and on-station mission time.
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Our Board Support Package helps customers get their hardware implementation underway as quickly as possible by providing reference designs, the Stellar IP FPGA development tool, and the 4FM GUI user interface for controlling and monitoring the hardware, as well as other supporting elements.
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