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Fast 16-bit ADC, Four-Channel 14-bit ADC, & Digital Variable Gain Amp

Texas Instruments launched the ADS54J60, which is the industry’s first 16-bit 1-GSPS ADC and the first to achieve over 70 dBFS signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) at 1-GSPS. Texas instruments also announced the highest-density, four-channel, 14-bit 500-MSPS ADC, the ADS54J54. To optimize the signal chain, TI’s new 4.5-GHz LMH6401 fully differential digital variable gain amplifier (DVGA) offers the widest bandwidth with DC coupling and allows signal acquisition of low and high frequencies without the limitation of baluns used in AC-coupled systems. These ADCs work together with the amplifier to provide the highest performance, lowest power and space savings in defense and aerospace, test and measurement, and communication infrastructure applications.Texas Instruments

All ICs are now sampling. The ADS54J54 costs $500 in 1,000-unit quantities. The ADS54J60 will be available in Q4 2015 for $705 in 1,000-unit quantities. The LMH6401 costs $10.95 in 1,000-unit quantities.

Source: Texas Instruments


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