The lead product, the 12-bit, ISLA112P50IRZ 500MSPS converter, features power consumption of 468 milliWatts, which the company claims is five times lower than comparable products.
Developed forbroadband communications, radar,light detection and ranging (LIDAR), and data acquisition systems, the ISLA112P50 is being built using Intersil’s proprietary FemtoCharge technology on a standard CMOS process. The ISLA112P50 uses a pair of time-interleaved 250MSPS ADCs to generate its 500MSPS sample rate.
Analog input bandwidth: 1.15GHz
Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR): 65.8dBFS
SFDR: 80dBc for an input frequency of 190MHz.
Pricing: 1ku quantities range from $36 to $125 depending on the selected resolution.
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