TIPD166: This design is for a 16-bit, 8-channel analog input module for industrial programmable logic controller (PLC) systems. The circuit is realized with an 8-channel, 16-bit, successive-approximation-register (SAR), analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with an integrated precision reference and analog front-end (AFE) circuit.
TIDA-00068: The design is for a small cell base station development platform. It provides two real receive paths, two complex transmit paths, and a shared real feedback path. This design has macro basestation performance, but with small cell base station footprint. The current design handles up to 20MHz of bandwidth.
TIDA-00075: This design shows how to use an active interface with the current sink output of the DAC5682Z - typical applications for this include front ends for arbitrary waveform generators. The EVM includes the DAC5682Z for digital-to-analog conversion, an OPA695 to demonstrate an active interface implementation using a wide bandwidth operational amplifier and a THS3091 and THS3095 to showcase an operational amplifier with large voltage swing. Also included on board are a CDCM7005, VCXO and Reference for clock generation, and linear regulators for voltage regulation. Communication to the EVM is accomplished via a USB interface and GUI software.
TIDA-00467: A common technique to estimate the position of emitters uses the amplitude and phase shift data of a signal derived from an array of spatially distributed sensors. For such systems, it is important to guarantee a deterministic phase relationship between the sensors to minimize errors in the actual measured data. This application design will discuss how multiple Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) with a JESD204B interface can be synchronized so that the sampled data from the ADCs are phase aligned.
TIDA-00078: The I/Q Correction block implemented in the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) of the TSW6011EVM helps users to adopt a direct down conversion receiver architecture in a wireless system. The I/Q correction block consists of a single-tap blind algorithm, which corrects the frequency-independent I/Q imbalance in a complex zero-IF receiver system. Along with the I/Q correction block, the FPGA includes a digital gain block, a digital power-measurement block, x2 of interpolation block, an I/Q offset correction block, and a quadrature mixing block.