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Analog Devices AD9467 16-bit ADC

9/27/2010 10:57 PM EDT
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Jon.Hall
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re: Analog Devices AD9467 16-bit ADC
Jon.Hall   10/21/2010 9:43:33 PM
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The latency of the AD9467 is determined by the actual pipeline architecture. The AD9467 has multiple multi-bit stages followed by a digital block that aligns the raw bits and presents the sample to the output drivers. This all adds up to 16 clock cycles. regards, Jon Hall ADI

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re: Analog Devices AD9467 16-bit ADC
GREAT-Terry   10/11/2010 12:15:43 PM
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It is said to be a pipeline ADC. From the datasheet, the latency is 16 cycles. Wow, quite a long pipeline!

babaktaghavi
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babaktaghavi   10/6/2010 4:15:35 PM
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How we can know what type of data converter is used in this device?

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