Converter AD9154

Converter AD9154
All Wireless and Mobile Device Frequency Standards in one Converter AD9154

Highly integrated AD9154 quad, 16-bit D/A converter delivers 2.4-GSPS bandwidth, enabling superior performance and multi-carrier generation to the Nyquist frequency in baseband mode.

Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, today introduced a quad-channel, 2.4-GSPS, 16-bit D/A converter with industry leading dynamic range performance in the 100- to 300-MHz band for complex IF transmitters. The highly integrated AD9154 quad, 16-bit D/A converter is the only device of its kind to include an on-chip PLL (phase-locked loop) and eight-lane JESD204B interface. The combination of features allows designers to use a single device to meet all of their requirements in multicarrier GSM and LTE transmitters designed for wireless macro base stations, point-to-point microwave radio, military radios and radio test equipment. The new converter includes a range of features optimized for complex IF (intermediate frequency) transmit applications, including complex digital modulation, input-signal power detection, and gain, phase and offset compensation.

Features and Benefits

Supports input data rates up to 1 GSPS
Proprietary, low spurious and distortion design
Single carrier LTE 20 MHz BW, ACLR = 76.7 dBc at 180 MHz IF
Six carrier GSM IMD = 78 dBc, 600 kHz carrier spacing at 180 MHz IF
SFDR = 72 dBc at 180 MHz IF, ?6 dBFS
Flexible 8-lane JESD204B interface
Multiple chip synchronization
Fixed latency
Data generator latency compensation
Input signal power detection
High performance, low noise PLL clock multiplier
Digital inverse sinc filter
Digital quadrature modulation using an NCO
“Mix mode” Nyquist Band Selection
Selectable 1?, 2?, 4?, and 8? interpolation filters
Low power: 2.11 W at 1.6 GSPS, full operating conditions
88-lead, exposed pad LFCSP

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