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    Features of LTC2249 ADC:

    • Sample Rate: 80Msps
    • Single 3V Supply (2.7V to 3.4V)
    • Low Power: 222mW
    • 73dB SNR at 70MHz Input
    • 90dB SFDR at 70MHz Input
    • No Missing Codes
    • Flexible Input: 1VP-P to 2VP-P Range
    • 575MHz Full Power Bandwidth S/H
    • Clock Duty Cycle Stabilizer
    • Shutdown and Nap Modes

    Demonstration circuit DC782A-A features LTC2249 14-Bit, 80Msps Low Power 3V ADC. The circuitry on the analog inputs is optimized for analog input frequencies below 70 MHz.

    The LTC2249 is a 14-bit 80Msps, low power 3V A/D converter designed for digitizing high frequency, wide dynamic range signals. The LTC2249 is perfect for demanding imaging and communications applications with AC performance that includes 73dB SNR and 90dB SFDR for signals well beyond the Nyquist frequency.

    Note : The DC782 demonstration circuit board should have the following jumper settings: JP1: SHDN: Ground, enables ADC core , JP2: OE: Ground, enables digital outputs , JP3: SENSE: Select VDD for the 2VPP input range SENSE: Select VCM for the 1VPP input range, JP4: MODE: Select VDD (For 2’s complement output format for PScope compatibility) and disables Clock Duty Cycle Stabilizer

    Key Applications: Wireless and Wired Broadband Communication, Imaging Systems, Ultrasound, Spectral Analysis, Portable Instrumentation