12bit ADC is world's fastest, claims TI

May 27, 2019 // By Peter Clarke
12bit ADC is world's fastest, claims TI
Texas Instruments has launched a 12bit ADC with a sampling rate of up to 10.4 Gsps and describes it as "the future of test and measurement."

The ADC12DJ5200RF is a dual-channel component with a bandwidth of 8GHz suitable for 5G testing applications, high-speed oscilloscopes, and direct X-band sampling for radar applications.

In dual-channel mode, the ADC12DJ5200RF samples at 5.2Gsps and captures instantaneous bandwidth as high as 2.6GHz at 12-bit resolution. In single-channel mode, the ADC samples at 10.4 Gsps and captures IBW up to 5.2GHz.

The ADC supports the JESD204C standard interface, which can reduce the numer of serdes lanes needed to output data to an FPGA. Offset error is ±300 µV with zero temperature drift and the ADC12DJ5200RF consumes 4W, 20 percent lower than competitive ADCs, TI claims.

The component comes in a 144-ball, 10mm by 10mm package and is pin-compatible with the ADC12DJ3200, ADC12DJ2700 and ADC08DJ3200.

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