Dallas Logic : Quad A-D card performs at up to 125 MSPS - Embedded.com

Dallas Logic : Quad A-D card performs at up to 125 MSPS

Dallas Logic Corporation enters the FMC (VITA 57.1) arena with the release of their FMC-ADC01.

The FMC-ADC01, based on Texas Instrument’s ADS64xx family of analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), supports both 12- and 14-bit devices with sample rates ranging from 65 MSPS to 125 MSPS.  Seven front bezel MMCX connectors and a low pin count (LPC) FMC connector provide the module’s off-board connectivity.  In addition to the four A/D inputs, the module has an external clock input, synchronization input, and synchronization output.  A flexible SPI or fixed resistor interface supports the ADC’s customizable configuration.   Users can select either an on-board clock oscillator or provide an external LVPECL or LVCMOS clock source.  Synchronization inputs and outputs support both LVPECL and LVCMOS standards.  An HDL support package is available for rapid FPGA integration.

The FMC-ADC01 releases September 2009 with initial support for the 12-bit, 125 MSPS ADS6425.   Additional ADS64xx member modules will be released in the 4th quarter of 2009. Interested parties should contact requests@dallaslogic.com  for specific module release dates and pricing. 

For more information about TI’s ADS64xx ADCs, visit www.ti.com/ads6000

About Dallas Logic Corporation .

Founded in January of 2001, Dallas Logic specializes in electronic circuit modules, including FPGA and controller based products. In addition to a product line of off the shelf components, the company offers design customization services for several platforms including:  AMC, Cardstac, COM-E, and FMC.

For information, contact sales at 972.924.8575, or visit www.dallaslogic.com.

Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.

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