a Dual, 12-Bit, 40 MSPS MCM A/D Converter
with Analog Input Signal Conditioning
Two Matched ADCs with Input Signal Conditioning
Selectable Bipolar Input Voltage Range
(؎0.5 V, ؎1.0 V, ؎2.0 V)
Full MIL-STD-883B Compliant
80 dB Spurious-Free Dynamic Range
Trimmed Channel-Channel Matching
Any I/Q Signal Processing Application
The AD10242 is a complete dual signal chain solution including
onboard amplifiers, references, ADCs, and output buffering pro-
viding unsurpassed total system performance. Each channel is
laser trimmed for gain and offset matching and provides channel-
to-channel crosstalk performance better than 80 dB. The AD10242
utilizes two each of the AD9631, OP279, and the AD9042 in a
custom MCM to gain space, performance, and cost advantages
over solutions previously available.
The AD10242 operates with ± 5.0 V for the analog signal condi-
tioning with a separate +5.0 V supply for the analog-to-digital
conversion. Each channel is completely independent allowing
operation with independent encode or analog inputs. The
AD10242 also offers the user a choice of analog input signal
ranges to minimize additional signal conditioning required for
multiple functions within a single system. The heart of the
AD10242 is the AD9042 which is designed specifically for appli-
cations requiring wide dynamic range.
The AD10242 is manufactured by Analog Devices on our
MIL-PRF-38534 MCM line and is completely qualified. Units
are packaged in a custom cofired ceramic 68-lead gull wing
package and specified for operation from –55°C to +125°C.
Contact the factory for additional custom options including
those which allow the user to ac couple the ADC directly, by-
passing the front end amplifier section. Also see the AD9042
data sheet for additional details on ADC performance.
1. Guaranteed sample rate of 40 MSPS.
2. Dynamic performance specified over entire Nyquist band;
spurious signals @ 80 dBc for –1 dBFS input signals.
3. Low power dissipation: <2 W off ± 5.0 V supplies.
4. User defined input amplitude.
5. Packaged in 68-lead ceramic leaded chip carrier.
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