AD9740W: Automotive Data Sheet (Rev. 0) PDF

10-Bit, 210 MSPS TxDAC
Digital-to-Analog Converter
AD9740W
FEATURES
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
3.3V
REFLO
0.1µF
RSET
3.3V
ACOM
AD9740W
REFIO
FS ADJ
CURRENT
SOURCE
ARRAY
DVDD
DCOM
CLOCK
AVDD
150pF
1.2V REF
LSB
SWITCHES
SEGMENTED
SWITCHES
CLOCK
IOUTA
IOUTB
LATCHES
DIGITAL DATA INPUTS (DB9 TO DB0)
SLEEP
MODE
09489-001
High performance member of pin-compatible
TxDAC product family
Excellent spurious-free dynamic range performance
SNR at 5 MHz output, 125 MSPS: 65 dB
Twos complement or straight binary data format
Differential current outputs: 2 mA to 20 mA
Power dissipation: 135 mW at 3.3 V
Power-down mode: 15 mW at 3.3 V
On-chip 1.2 V reference
CMOS-compatible digital interface
28-lead TSSOP package
Edge-triggered latches
Qualified for automotive applications
Figure 1.
APPLICATIONS
Wideband communication transmit channel
Direct IF
Base stations
Wireless local loops
Digital radio links
Direct digital synthesis (DDS)
Instrumentation
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AD9740W 1 is a 10-bit resolution, wideband, third
generation member of the TxDAC® series of high performance,
low power CMOS digital-to-analog converters (DACs). The
TxDAC family, consisting of pin-compatible 8-, 10-, 12-, and
14-bit DACs, is specifically optimized for the transmit signal
path of communication systems. All of the devices share the
same interface options, small outline package, and pinout,
providing an upward or downward component selection path
based on performance, resolution, and cost. The AD9740W
offers exceptional ac and dc performance while supporting
update rates up to 210 MSPS.
The AD9740W’s low power dissipation makes it well suited for
portable and low power applications. Its power dissipation can
be further reduced to 60 mW with a slight degradation in
performance by lowering the full-scale current output. In
addition, a power-down mode reduces the standby power
dissipation to approximately 15 mW. A segmented current
source architecture is combined with a proprietary switching
technique to reduce spurious components and enhance
dynamic performance.
Edge-triggered input latches and a 1.2 V temperature-compensated
band gap reference have been integrated to provide a complete
monolithic DAC solution. The digital inputs support 3 V CMOS
logic families.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1
The AD9740W is the 10-bit member of the pin-compatible
TxDAC family, which offers excellent INL and DNL
performance.
Data input supports twos complement or straight binary
data coding.
High speed, single-ended CMOS clock input supports
210 MSPS conversion rate.
Low power: Complete CMOS DAC function operates on
135 mW from a 2.7 V to 3.6 V single supply. The DAC fullscale current can be reduced for lower power operation,
and a sleep mode is provided for low power idle periods.
On-chip voltage reference: The AD9740W includes a 1.2 V
temperature-compensated band gap voltage reference.
Industry-standard 28-lead TSSOP package.
Protected by U.S. Patent Numbers 5568145, 5689257, and 5703519.
Rev. 0
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AD9740W
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Reference Control Amplifier .................................................... 13 Applications....................................................................................... 1 DAC Transfer Function ............................................................. 13 Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1 Analog Outputs .......................................................................... 13 General Description ......................................................................... 1 Digital Inputs .............................................................................. 14 Product Highlights ........................................................................... 1 Clock Input.................................................................................. 14 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 DAC Timing................................................................................ 14 Specifications..................................................................................... 3 Power Dissipation....................................................................... 15 DC Specifications ......................................................................... 3 Applying the AD9740W............................................................ 15 Dynamic Specifications ............................................................... 4 Differential Coupling Using a Transformer............................... 15 Digital Specifications ................................................................... 5 Differential Coupling Using an Op Amp................................ 15 Absolute Maximum Ratings............................................................ 6 Single-Ended, Unbuffered Voltage Output............................. 16 Thermal Characteristics .............................................................. 6 Single-Ended, Buffered Voltage Output Configuration........ 16 ESD Caution.................................................................................. 6 Pin Configuration and Function Descriptions ............................. 7 Power and Grounding Considerations, Power Supply
Rejection...................................................................................... 16 Terminology ...................................................................................... 8 Outline Dimensions ....................................................................... 18 Typical Performance Characteristics ............................................. 9 Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 18 Functional Description .................................................................. 12 Automotive Products ................................................................. 18 Reference Operation .................................................................. 12 REVISION HISTORY
12/10—Revision 0: Initial Version
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AD9740W
SPECIFICATIONS
DC SPECIFICATIONS
TMIN to TMAX, AVDD = 3.3 V, DVDD = 3.3 V, IOUTFS = 20 mA, unless otherwise noted.
Table 1.
Parameter
RESOLUTION
DC ACCURACY 1
Integral Linearity Error (INL)
Differential Nonlinearity (DNL)
ANALOG OUTPUT
Offset Error
Gain Error (Without Internal Reference)
Gain Error (With Internal Reference)
Full-Scale Output Current 2
Output Compliance Range
Output Resistance
Output Capacitance
REFERENCE OUTPUT
Reference Voltage
Reference Output Current 3
REFERENCE INPUT
Input Compliance Range
Reference Input Resistance (External Reference)
Small Signal Bandwidth
TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS
Offset Drift
Gain Drift (Without Internal Reference)
Gain Drift (With Internal Reference)
Reference Voltage Drift
POWER SUPPLY
Supply Voltages
AVDD
DVDD
Analog Supply Current (IAVDD)
Digital Supply Current (IDVDD) 4
Supply Current Sleep Mode (IAVDD)
Power Dissipation4
Power Dissipation 5
Power Supply Rejection Ratio—AVDD 6
Power Supply Rejection Ratio—DVDD6
OPERATING RANGE
Min
10
Typ
Max
Unit
Bits
−0.75
−0.5
±0.15
±0.12
+0.75
+0.5
LSB
LSB
+0.02
+2
+2
20
+1.25
% of FSR
% of FSR
% of FSR
mA
V
kΩ
pF
1.26
V
nA
1.25
7
0.5
V
kΩ
MHz
0
±50
±100
±50
ppm of FSR/°C
ppm of FSR/°C
ppm of FSR/°C
ppm/°C
−0.02
−2
−2
2
−1
±0.1
±0.1
100
5
1.14
1.20
100
0.1
2.7
2.7
−1
−0.04
−40
1
3.3
3.3
33
8
5
135
145
3.6
3.6
36
9
6
145
+1
+0.04
+105
Measured at IOUTA, driving a virtual ground.
Nominal full-scale current, IOUTFS, is 32 times the IREF current.
3
An external buffer amplifier with input bias current <100 nA should be used to drive any external load.
4
Measured at fCLOCK = 25 MSPS and fOUT = 1 MHz.
5
Measured as unbuffered voltage output with IOUTFS = 20 mA, 50 Ω RLOAD at IOUTA and IOUTB, fCLOCK = 100 MSPS, and fOUT = 40 MHz.
6
±5% power supply variation.
2
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V
V
mA
mA
mA
mW
mW
% of FSR/V
% of FSR/V
°C
AD9740W
DYNAMIC SPECIFICATIONS
TMIN to TMAX, AVDD = 3.3 V, DVDD = 3.3 V, IOUTFS = 20 mA, differential transformer coupled output, 50 Ω doubly terminated, unless
otherwise noted.
Table 2.
Parameter
DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE
Maximum Output Update Rate (fCLOCK)
Output Settling Time (tST) (to 0.1%) 1
Output Propagation Delay (tPD)
Glitch Impulse
Output Rise Time (10% to 90%)1
Output Fall Time (10% to 90%)1
Output Noise (IOUTFS = 20 mA) 2
Output Noise (IOUTFS = 2 mA)2
Noise Spectral Density 3
AC LINEARITY
Spurious-Free Dynamic Range to Nyquist
fCLOCK = 25 MSPS; fOUT = 1.00 MHz
0 dBFS Output
−6 dBFS Output
−12 dBFS Output
−18 dBFS Output
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 1.00 MHz
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 2.51 MHz
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 10 MHz
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 15 MHz
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 25 MHz
fCLOCK = 165 MSPS; fOUT = 21 MHz
fCLOCK = 165 MSPS; fOUT = 41 MHz
fCLOCK = 210 MSPS; fOUT = 40 MHz
fCLOCK = 210 MSPS; fOUT = 69 MHz
Spurious-Free Dynamic Range within a Window
fCLOCK = 25 MSPS; fOUT = 1.00 MHz; 2 MHz Span
fCLOCK = 50 MSPS; fOUT = 5.02 MHz; 2 MHz Span
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 5.03 MHz; 2.5 MHz Span
fCLOCK = 125 MSPS; fOUT = 5.04 MHz; 4 MHz Span
Total Harmonic Distortion
fCLOCK = 25 MSPS; fOUT = 1.00 MHz
fCLOCK = 50 MSPS; fOUT = 2.00 MHz
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 2.00 MHz
fCLOCK = 125 MSPS; fOUT = 2.00 MHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 20 mA
fCLOCK = 65 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 5 mA
fCLOCK = 125 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 20 mA
fCLOCK = 125 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 5 mA
fCLOCK = 165 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 20 mA
fCLOCK = 165 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 5 mA
fCLOCK = 210 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 20 mA
fCLOCK = 210 MSPS; fOUT = 5 MHz; IOUTFS = 5 mA
Min
Typ
Max
210
66
11
1
5
2.5
2.5
50
30
−143
MSPS
ns
ns
pV-s
ns
ns
pA/√Hz
pA/√Hz
dBm/Hz
79
75
67
61
84
80
78
76
75
70
60
67
63
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
90
90
90
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
79
−79
−77
−77
−77
68
64
64
62
64
62
63
60
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Unit
−65
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
AD9740W
Parameter
Multitone Power Ratio (8 Tones at 400 kHz Spacing)
fCLOCK = 78 MSPS; fOUT = 15.0 MHz to 18.2 MHz
0 dBFS Output
−6 dBFS Output
−12 dBFS Output
−18 dBFS Output
1
2
3
Min
Typ
Max
65
66
60
55
Unit
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
Measured single-ended into 50 Ω load.
Output noise is measured with a full-scale output set to 20 mA with no conversion activity. It is a measure of the thermal noise only.
Noise spectral density is the average noise power normalized to a 1 Hz bandwidth, with the DAC converting and producing an output tone.
DIGITAL SPECIFICATIONS
TMIN to TMAX, AVDD = 3.3 V, DVDD = 3.3 V, IOUTFS = 20 mA, unless otherwise noted.
Table 3.
Parameter
DIGITAL INPUTS 1
Logic 1 Voltage
Logic 0 Voltage
Logic 1 Current
Logic 0 Current
Input Capacitance
Input Setup Time (tS)
Input Hold Time (tH)
Latch Pulse Width (tLPW)
Typ
2.1
3
0
Max
0.9
+10
+10
−10
−10
5
2.0
1.5
1.5
Includes CLOCK pin in single-ended clock input mode.
DB0 TO DB9
tS
tH
CLOCK
tLPW
tPD
IOUTA
OR
IOUTB
tST
0.1%
Figure 2. Timing Diagram
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0.1%
09489-002
1
Min
Unit
V
V
μA
μA
pF
ns
ns
ns
AD9740W
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
Thermal Resistance
Table 4.
Parameter
AVDD
DVDD
ACOM
AVDD
CLOCK, SLEEP
Digital Inputs, MODE
IOUTA, IOUTB
REFIO, REFLO, FS ADJ
Junction
Temperature
Storage
Temperature
Range
Lead Temperature
(10 sec)
With
Respect to
ACOM
DCOM
DCOM
DVDD
DCOM
DCOM
ACOM
ACOM
Min
−0.3
−0.3
−0.3
−3.9
−0.3
−0.3
−1.0
−0.3
Max
+3.9
+3.9
+0.3
+3.9
DVDD + 0.3
DVDD + 0.3
AVDD + 0.3
AVDD + 0.3
150
Unit
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
°C
−65
+150
°C
300
°C
Table 5. Thermal Resistance1
Package Type
28-Lead TSSOP
1
θJA
67.7
Unit
°C/W
Thermal impedance measurements were taken on a 4-layer board in still air,
in accordance with EIA/JESD51-7.
ESD CAUTION
Stresses above those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings
may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress
rating only; functional operation of the device at these or any
other conditions above those indicated in the operational
sections of this specification is not implied. Exposure to
absolute maximum ratings for extended periods may affect
device reliability.
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AD9740W
(MSB) DB9 1
28
CLOCK
DB8 2
27
DVDD
DB7 3
26
DCOM
DB6 4
25
MODE
DB5 5
24
AVDD
DB4 6
AD9740W
23
RESERVED
DB3 7
TOP VIEW
(Not to Scale)
22
IOUTA
21
IOUTB
DB1 9
20
ACOM
DB0 10
19
NC
NC 11
18
FS ADJ
NC 12
17
REFIO
NC 13
16
REFLO
NC 14
15
SLEEP
DB2 8
NC = NO CONNECT. DO NOT
CONNECT TO THIS PIN.
09489-003
PIN CONFIGURATION AND FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
Figure 3. Pin Configuration
Table 6. Pin Function Descriptions
Pin No.
1
2 to 9
10
11 to 14, 19
15
Mnemonic
DB9 (MSB)
DB8 to DB1
DB0 (LSB)
NC
SLEEP
16
REFLO
17
REFIO
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
FS ADJ
ACOM
IOUTB
IOUTA
RESERVED
AVDD
MODE
DCOM
DVDD
CLOCK
Description
Most Significant Data Bit (MSB).
Data Bits 8 to 1.
Least Significant Data Bit (LSB).
No Internal Connection.
Power-Down Control Input. Active high. Contains active pull-down circuit; it can be
left unterminated if not used.
Reference Ground when Internal 1.2 V Reference Used. Connect to ACOM for both
internal and external reference operation modes.
Reference Input/Output. Serves as reference input when using external reference.
Serves as 1.2 V reference output when using internal reference. Requires 0.1 μF capacitor
to ACOM when using internal reference.
Full-Scale Current Output Adjust.
Analog Common.
Complementary DAC Current Output. Full-scale current when all data bits are 0s.
DAC Current Output. Full-scale current when all data bits are 1s.
Reserved. Do Not Connect to Common or Supply.
Analog Supply Voltage (3.3 V).
Selects Input Data Format. Connect to DCOM for straight binary, DVDD for twos complement.
Digital Common.
Digital Supply Voltage (3.3 V).
Clock Input. Data latched on positive edge of clock.
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AD9740W
TERMINOLOGY
Linearity Error (Also Called Integral Nonlinearity or INL)
Linearity error is defined as the maximum deviation of the
actual analog output from the ideal output, determined by a
straight line drawn from zero to full scale.
Power Supply Rejection
The maximum change in the full-scale output as the supplies
are varied from nominal to minimum and maximum specified
voltages.
Differential Nonlinearity (or DNL)
Settling Time
The time required for the output to reach and remain within a
specified error band about its final value, measured from the
start of the output transition.
DNL is the measure of the variation in analog value, normalized
to full scale, associated with a 1 LSB change in digital input code.
Monotonicity
A DAC is monotonic if the output either increases or remains
constant as the digital input increases.
Glitch Impulse
Asymmetrical switching times in a DAC give rise to undesired
output transients that are quantified by a glitch impulse. It is
specified as the net area of the glitch in pV-s.
Offset Error
The deviation of the output current from the ideal of zero is
called the offset error. For IOUTA, 0 mA output is expected
when the inputs are all 0s. For IOUTB, 0 mA output is expected
when all inputs are set to 1s.
Spurious-Free Dynamic Range
The difference, in dB, between the rms amplitude of the output
signal and the peak spurious signal over the specified bandwidth.
Gain Error
The difference between the actual and ideal output span. The
actual span is determined by the output when all inputs are set
to 1s minus the output when all inputs are set to 0s.
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
THD is the ratio of the rms sum of the first six harmonic
components to the rms value of the measured input signal. It is
expressed as a percentage or in decibels (dB).
Output Compliance Range
The range of allowable voltage at the output of a current output
DAC. Operation beyond the maximum compliance limits can
cause either output stage saturation or breakdown, resulting in
nonlinear performance.
Multitone Power Ratio
The spurious-free dynamic range containing multiple carrier
tones of equal amplitude. It is measured as the difference
between the rms amplitude of a carrier tone to the peak
spurious signal in the region of a removed tone.
Temperature Drift
Temperature drift is specified as the maximum change from the
ambient (25°C) value to the value at either TMIN or TMAX. For
offset and gain drift, the drift is reported in ppm of full-scale
range (FSR) per °C. For reference drift, the drift is reported in
ppm per °C.
3.3V
REFLO
AVDD
150pF
1.2V REF
REFIO
PMOS
CURRENT SOURCE
ARRAY
FS ADJ
RSET
2kΩ
3.3V
DVDD
DCOM
IOUTA
SEGMENTED SWITCHES
FOR DB11 TO DB3
CLOCK
DVDD
DCOM
50Ω
LSB
SWITCHES
IOUTB
ROHDE AND SCHWARZ
FSEA30
SPECTRUM
ANALYZER
MODE
LATCHES
50Ω
SLEEP
RETIMED
CLOCK
OUTPUT*
LECROY 9210
PULSE GENERATOR
MINI-CIRCUITS
T1-1T
50Ω
CLOCK
OUTPUT
DIGITAL
DATA
TEKTRONIX AWG-2021
WITH OPTION 4
Figure 4. Basic AC Characterization Test Setup
Rev. 0 | Page 8 of 20
*AWG2021 CLOCK RETIMED
SO THAT THE DIGITAL DATA
TRANSITIONS ON FALLING EDGE
OF 50% DUTY CYCLE CLOCK.
09489-005
0.1µF
ACOM
AD9740W
AD9740W
TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
95
95
90
210MSPS
0dBFS
85
85
80
80
SFDR (dBc)
SFDR (dBc)
90
75
65MSPS
70
65
75
–6dBFS
70
65
125MSPS
–12dBFS
60
60
55
55
165MSPS
100
0
10
90
90
85
85
SFDR (dBc)
–6dBFS
–12dBFS
50
55
50
50
15
fOUT (MHz)
20
25
80
5mA
65
60
10
10mA
70
55
45
20mA
75
60
09489-007
SFDR (dBc)
75
5
40
80
0dBFS
0
30
Figure 8. SFDR vs. fOUT at 165 MSPS
95
65
20
fOUT (MHz)
95
70
25
45
Figure 5. SFDR vs. fOUT at 0 dBFS
80
60
09489-009
10
fOUT (MHz)
09489-010
1
09489-006
45
09489-054
50
50
45
0
5
10
15
20
fOUT (MHz)
Figure 9. SFDR vs. fOUT and IOUTFS at 65 MSPS and 0 dBFS
Figure 6. SFDR vs. fOUT at 65 MSPS
95
95
90
90
85
80
80
SFDR (dBc)
85
75
–6dBFS
70
–12dBFS
65
75
70
0dBFS
65
60
60
55
55
50
50
–12dBFS
45
0
5
10
15
20
25
fOUT (MHz)
30
35
40
45
09489-008
SFDR (dBc)
0dBFS
–6dBFS
45
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
fOUT (MHz)
Figure 10. SFDR vs. fOUT at 210 MSPS
Figure 7. SFDR vs. fOUT at 125 MSPS
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70
AD9740W
95
95
90
125MSPS
125MSPS
85
85
65MSPS
165MSPS
65MSPS
75
SFDR (dBc)
SFDR (dBc)
80
165MSPS
70
65
75
210MSPS (29, 31)
65
78MSPS
210MSPS
60
55
55
–20
–15
–10
AOUT (dBFS)
–5
0
45
–25
Figure 11. Single-Tone SFDR vs. AOUT at fOUT = fCLOCK/11
–20
–15
–10
AOUT (dBFS)
–5
0
09489-014
45
–25
09489-011
50
Figure 14. Dual-Tone IMD vs. AOUT at fOUT = fCLOCK/7
0.25
95
90
0.15
85
65MSPS
125MSPS
ERROR (LSB)
SFDR (dBc)
80
75
70
65
0.05
–0.05
165MSPS
60
210MSPS
55
–0.15
–15
–10
AOUT (dBFS)
–5
0
768
1024
09489-015
–20
768
1024
09489-016
45
–25
09489-012
50
–0.25
0
256
512
CODE
Figure 15. Typical INL
Figure 12. Single-Tone SFDR vs. AOUT at fOUT = fCLOCK/5
0.25
90
85
0.15
20mA
70
65
0.05
–0.05
5mA
60
–0.15
10mA
55
50
0
30
60
90
120
fCLOCK (MSPS)
150
180
210
09489-013
SNR (dB)
75
ERROR (LSB)
80
–0.25
0
256
512
CODE
Figure 16. Typical DNL
Figure 13. SNR vs. fCLOCK and IOUTFS at fOUT = 5 MHz and 0 dBFS
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AD9740W
90
0
85
–10
fCLOCK = 78MSPS
fOUT1 = 15.0MHz
fOUT2 = 15.4MHz
–20
SFDR = 77dBc
AMPLITUDE = 0dBFS
80
–30
MAGNITUDE (dBm)
SFDR (dBc)
4MHz
75
70
19MHz
65
34MHz
–40
–50
–60
–70
60
–80
49MHz
55
0
20
40
TEMPERATURE (°C)
60
80
–100
1
6
Figure 17. SFDR vs. Temperature at 165 MSPS, 0 dBFS
16
21
FREQUENCY (MHz)
26
31
36
Figure 19. Dual-Tone SFDR
0
0
–10
fCLOCK = 78MSPS
fOUT = 15.0MHz
–10
–20
SFDR = 77dBc
AMPLITUDE = 0dBFS
–20
MAGNITUDE (dBm)
–30
–40
–50
–60
–70
–30
fCLOCK = 78MSPS
fOUT1 = 15.0MHz
fOUT2 = 15.4MHz
fOUT3 = 15.8MHz
fOUT4 = 16.2MHz
–40
SFDR = 72dBc
AMPLITUDE = 0dBFS
–50
–60
–70
–80
–80
–90
6
11
16
21
FREQUENCY (MHz)
26
31
36
1
6
Figure 18. Single-Tone SFDR
11
16
21
FREQUENCY (MHz)
26
31
Figure 20. Four-Tone SFDR
3.3V
REFLO
AVDD
150pF
VREFIO
REFIO
IREF
0.1µF
RSET
2kΩ
3.3V
FS ADJ
PMOS
CURRENT SOURCE
ARRAY
VDIFF = VOUTA – VOUTB
DVDD
DCOM
CLOCK
ACOM
AD9740W
1.2V REF
CLOCK
SEGMENTED SWITCHES
FOR DB11 TO DB3
LSB
SWITCHES
LATCHES
SLEEP
DIGITAL DATA INPUTS (DB11 TO DB0)
Figure 21. Simplified Block Diagram
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IOUTA
IOUTB
IOUTA
IOUTB
MODE
VOUTA
VOUTB
RLOAD
50Ω
RLOAD
50Ω
09489-021
1
–100
36
09489-020
–90
–100
09489-018
MAGNITUDE (dBm)
11
09489-019
–20
09489-017
–90
50
–40
AD9740W
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Figure 21 shows a simplified block diagram of the AD9740W.
The AD9740W consists of a DAC, digital control logic, and fullscale output current control. The DAC contains a PMOS
current source array capable of providing up to 20 mA of fullscale current (IOUTFS). The array is divided into 31 equal currents
that make up the five most significant bits (MSBs). The next
four bits, or middle bits, consist of 15 equal current sources
whose value is 1/16 of an MSB current source. The remaining
LSBs are binary weighted fractions of the middle bits current
sources. Implementing the middle and lower bits with current
sources, instead of an R-2R ladder, enhances its dynamic
performance for multitone or low amplitude signals and helps
maintain the DAC’s high output impedance (that is, >100 kΩ).
REFERENCE OPERATION
The AD9740W contains an internal 1.2 V band gap reference.
The internal reference cannot be disabled, but can be easily
overridden by an external reference with no effect on performance. Figure 22 shows an equivalent circuit of the band gap
reference. REFIO serves as either an output or an input depending on whether the internal or an external reference is used. To
use the internal reference, simply decouple the REFIO pin to
ACOM with a 0.1 μF capacitor and connect REFLO to ACOM
via a resistance less than 5 Ω. The internal reference voltage is
present at REFIO. If the voltage at REFIO is to be used anywhere else in the circuit, then an external buffer amplifier with
an input bias current of less than 100 nA should be used. An
example of the use of the internal reference is shown in Figure 24.
All of these current sources are switched to one or the other of
the two output nodes (that is, IOUTA or IOUTB) via PMOS
differential current switches. The switches are based on the
architecture that was pioneered in the AD9764 family, with
further refinements to reduce distortion contributed by the
switching transient. This switch architecture also reduces
various timing errors and provides matching complementary
drive signals to the inputs of the differential current switches.
AVDD
84µA
REFIO
REFLO
The analog and digital sections of the AD9740W have separate
power supply inputs (that is, AVDD and DVDD) that can
operate independently over a 2.7 V to 3.6 V range. The digital
section, which is capable of operating at a clock rate of up to
210 MSPS, consists of edge-triggered latches and segment
decoding logic circuitry. The analog section includes the PMOS
current sources, the associated differential switches, a 1.2 V
band gap voltage reference, and a reference control amplifier.
09489-057
7kΩ
Figure 22. Equivalent Circuit of Internal Reference
An external reference can be applied to REFIO, as shown in
Figure 23. The external reference can provide either a fixed
reference voltage to enhance accuracy and drift performance
or a varying reference voltage for gain control. Note that the
0.1 μF compensation capacitor is not required because the
internal reference is overridden, and the relatively high input
impedance of REFIO minimizes any loading of the external
reference.
The DAC full-scale output current is regulated by the reference
control amplifier and can be set from 2 mA to 20 mA via an
external resistor, RSET, connected to the full-scale adjust (FS ADJ)
pin. The external resistor, in combination with both the reference control amplifier and voltage reference, VREFIO, sets the
reference current, IREF, which is replicated to the segmented
current sources with the proper scaling factor. The full-scale
current, IOUTFS, is 32 times IREF.
3.3V
150pF
REFLO
AVDD
REFIO
CURRENT
SOURCE
ARRAY
FS ADJ
AD9740W
Figure 23. External Reference Configuration
3.3V
OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL
REF BUFFER
REFLO
150pF
AVDD
1.2V REF
FS ADJ
0.1µF
2kΩ
AD9740W
Figure 24. Internal Reference Configuration
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CURRENT
SOURCE
ARRAY
09489-022
REFIO
ADDITIONAL
LOAD
09489-023
1.2V REF
AD9740W
REFERENCE CONTROL AMPLIFIER
The AD9740W contains a control amplifier that is used to regulate the full-scale output current, IOUTFS. The control amplifier is
configured as a V-I converter, as shown in Figure 24, so that its
current output, IREF, is determined by the ratio of the VREFIO and
an external resistor, RSET, as stated in Equation 4. IREF is copied
to the segmented current sources with the proper scale factor to
set IOUTFS, as stated in Equation 3.
The control amplifier allows a wide (10:1) adjustment span of IOUTFS
over a 2 mA to 20 mA range by setting IREF between 62.5 μA and
625 μA. The wide adjustment span of IOUTFS provides several
benefits. The first relates directly to the power dissipation of
the AD9740W, which is proportional to IOUTFS (see the Power
Dissipation section). The second relates to a 20 dB adjustment,
which is useful for system gain control purposes.
The small signal bandwidth of the reference control amplifier is
approximately 500 kHz and can be used for low frequency small
signal multiplying applications.
DAC TRANSFER FUNCTION
The AD9740W provides complementary current outputs,
IOUTA and IOUTB. IOUTA provides a near full-scale current
output, IOUTFS, when all bits are high (that is, DAC CODE =
1023), while IOUTB, the complementary output, provides no
current. The current output appearing at IOUTA and IOUTB is
a function of both the input code and IOUTFS and can be
expressed as:
IOUTA = (DAC CODE/1023) × IOUTFS
(1)
IOUTB = (1023 − DAC CODE)/1024 × IOUTFS
(2)
where DAC CODE = 0 to 1023 (that is, decimal representation).
As mentioned previously, IOUTFS is a function of the reference
current IREF, which is nominally set by a reference voltage,
VREFIO, and external resistor, RSET. It can be expressed as:
IOUTFS = 32 × IREF
(3)
where
IREF = VREFIO/RSET
(4)
The two current outputs typically drive a resistive load directly
or via a transformer. If dc coupling is required, then IOUTA
and IOUTB should be directly connected to matching resistive
loads, RLOAD, that are tied to analog common, ACOM. Note that
RLOAD can represent the equivalent load resistance seen by
IOUTA or IOUTB, as would be the case in a doubly terminated
50 Ω or 75 Ω cable. The single-ended voltage output appearing
at the IOUTA and IOUTB nodes is simply
VOUTA = IOUTA × RLOAD
(5)
VOUTB = IOUTB × RLOAD
(6)
Note that the full-scale value of VOUTA and VOUTB should not
exceed the specified output compliance range to maintain
specified distortion and linearity performance.
VDIFF = (IOUTA − IOUTB) × RLOAD
(7)
Substituting the values of IOUTA, IOUTB, IREF, and VDIFF can be
expressed as:
VDIFF = {(2 × DAC CODE − 1023)/1024}
(32 × RLOAD/RSET) × VREFIO
(8)
Equation 7 and Equation 8 highlight some of the advantages of
operating the AD9740W differentially. First, the differential
operation helps cancel common-mode error sources associated
with IOUTA and IOUTB, such as noise, distortion, and dc
offsets. Second, the differential code-dependent current and
subsequent voltage, VDIFF, is twice the value of the single-ended
voltage output (that is, VOUTA or VOUTB), thus providing twice the
signal power to the load.
Note that the gain drift temperature performance for a singleended (VOUTA and VOUTB) or differential output (VDIFF) of the
AD9740W can be enhanced by selecting temperature tracking
resistors for RLOAD and RSET due to their ratiometric relationship,
as shown in Equation 8.
ANALOG OUTPUTS
The complementary current outputs in each DAC, IOUTA,
and IOUTB can be configured for single-ended or differential
operation. IOUTA and IOUTB can be converted into complementary single-ended voltage outputs, VOUTA and VOUTB, via a load
resistor, RLOAD, as described in the DAC Transfer Function
section by Equation 5 through Equation 8. The differential
voltage, VDIFF, existing between VOUTA and VOUTB, can also be
converted to a single-ended voltage via a transformer or
differential amplifier configuration. The ac performance of
the AD9740W is optimum and specified using a differential
transformer-coupled output in which the voltage swing at
IOUTA and IOUTB is limited to ±0.5 V.
The distortion and noise performance of the AD9740W can be
enhanced when it is configured for differential operation. The
common-mode error sources of both IOUTA and IOUTB can
be significantly reduced by the common-mode rejection of a
transformer or differential amplifier. These common-mode
error sources include even-order distortion products and noise.
The enhancement in distortion performance becomes more
significant as the frequency content of the reconstructed
waveform increases and/or its amplitude decreases. This is due
to the first-order cancellation of various dynamic commonmode distortion mechanisms, digital feedthrough, and noise.
Performing a differential-to-single-ended conversion via a
transformer also provides the ability to deliver twice the
reconstructed signal power to the load (assuming no source
termination). Because the output currents of IOUTA and
IOUTB are complementary, they become additive when processed differentially. A properly selected transformer allows
the AD9740W to provide the required power and voltage levels
to different loads.
The output impedance of IOUTA and IOUTB is determined by
the equivalent parallel combination of the PMOS switches
associated with the current sources and is typically 100 kΩ in
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AD9740W
parallel with 5 pF. It is also slightly dependent on the output
voltage (that is, VOUTA and VOUTB) due to the nature of a PMOS
device. As a result, maintaining IOUTA and/or IOUTB at a
virtual ground via an I-V op amp configuration results in the
optimum dc linearity. Note that the INL/DNL specifications for
the AD9740W are measured with IOUTA maintained at a
virtual ground via an op amp.
IOUTA and IOUTB also have a negative and positive voltage
compliance range that must be adhered to in order to achieve
optimum performance. The negative output compliance range
of −1 V is set by the breakdown limits of the CMOS process.
Operation beyond this maximum limit can result in a
breakdown of the output stage and affect the reliability of the
AD9740W.
The positive output compliance range is slightly dependent on
the full-scale output current, IOUTFS. It degrades slightly from its
nominal 1.2 V for an IOUTFS = 20 mA to 1 V for an IOUTFS = 2 mA.
The optimum distortion performance for a single-ended or
differential output is achieved when the maximum full-scale
signal at IOUTA and IOUTB does not exceed 0.5 V.
DIGITAL INPUTS
CLOCK INPUT
The 28-lead TSSOP package option has a single-ended clock
input (CLOCK) that must be driven to rail-to-rail CMOS levels.
The quality of the DAC output is directly related to the clock
quality, and jitter is a key concern. Any noise or jitter in the
clock translates directly into the DAC output. Optimal performance is achieved if the CLOCK input has a sharp rising edge,
because the DAC latches are positive edge triggered.
DAC TIMING
Input Clock and Data Timing Relationship
Dynamic performance in a DAC is dependent on the relationship between the position of the clock edges and the time at
which the input data changes. The AD9740W is rising edge
triggered, and so exhibits dynamic performance sensitivity
when the data transition is close to this edge. In general, the
goal when applying the AD9740W is to make the data transition
close to the falling clock edge. This becomes more important as
the sample rate increases. Figure 26 shows the relationship of
SFDR to clock placement with different sample rates. Note that
at the lower sample rates, more tolerance is allowed in clock
placement, while at higher rates, more care must be taken.
The AD9740W digital section consists of 10 input bit channels
and a clock input. The 10-bit parallel data inputs follow standard positive binary coding, where DB9 is the most significant
bit (MSB) and DB0 is the least significant bit (LSB). IOUTA
produces a full-scale output current when all data bits are at
Logic 1. IOUTB produces a complementary output with the
full-scale current split between the two outputs as a function of
the input code.
75
70
SFDR (dB)
65
20MHz SFDR
60
55
50MHz SFDR
50
DVDD
45
40
DIGITAL
INPUT
09489-024
–2
–1
0
1
2
CLOCK PLACEMENT (ns)
3
09489-026
02911-026
50MHz SFDR
35
–3
Figure 26. SFDR vs. Clock Placement @
fOUT = 20 MHz and 50 MHz (fCLOCK = 165 MSPS)
Figure 25. Equivalent Digital Input
The digital interface is implemented using an edge-triggered
master/slave latch. The DAC output updates on the rising edge
of the clock and is designed to support a clock rate as high as
210 MSPS. The clock can be operated at any duty cycle that
meets the specified latch pulse width. The setup and hold times
can also be varied within the clock cycle as long as the specified
minimum times are met, although the location of these transition
edges can affect digital feedthrough and distortion performance.
Best performance is typically achieved when the input data
transitions on the falling edge of a 50% duty cycle clock.
Sleep Mode Operation
The AD9740W has a power-down function that turns off the
output current and reduces the supply current to less than 6 mA
over the specified supply range of 2.7 V to 3.6 V and the temperature range. This mode can be activated by applying a Logic
Level 1 to the SLEEP pin. The SLEEP pin logic threshold is
equal to 0.5 Ω AVDD. This digital input also contains an active
pull-down circuit that ensures that the AD9740W remains
enabled if this input is left disconnected. The AD9740W takes
less than 50 ns to power down and approximately 5 μs to power
back up.
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AD9740W
POWER DISSIPATION
The power dissipation, PD, of the AD9740W is dependent on
several factors that include:
•
•
•
•
The power supply voltages (AVDD and DVDD)
The full-scale current output (IOUTFS)
The update rate (fCLOCK)
The reconstructed digital input waveform
The power dissipation is directly proportional to the analog
supply current, IAVDD, and the digital supply current, IDVDD. IAVDD
is directly proportional to IOUTFS, as shown in Figure 27, and is
insensitive to fCLOCK. Conversely, IDVDD is dependent on both the
digital input waveform, fCLOCK, and digital supply DVDD. Figure 28
shows IDVDD as a function of full-scale sine wave output ratios
(fOUT/fCLOCK) for various update rates with DVDD = 3.3 V.
35
configuration. The transformer configuration provides the
optimum high frequency performance and is recommended for
any application that allows ac coupling. The differential op amp
configuration is suitable for applications requiring dc coupling,
bipolar output, signal gain, and/or level shifting within the
bandwidth of the chosen op amp.
A single-ended output is suitable for applications requiring a
unipolar voltage output. A positive unipolar output voltage
results if IOUTA and/or IOUTB is connected to an appropriately
sized load resistor, RLOAD, referred to ACOM. This configuration
can be more suitable for a single-supply system requiring a dccoupled, ground referred output voltage. Alternatively, an amplifier
could be configured as an I-V converter, thus converting IOUTA
or IOUTB into a negative unipolar voltage. This configuration
provides the best dc linearity because IOUTA or IOUTB is maintained at a virtual ground.
DIFFERENTIAL COUPLING USING A TRANSFORMER
30
An RF transformer can be used to perform a differential-to-singleended signal conversion, as shown in Figure 29. A differentially
coupled transformer output provides the optimum distortion
performance for output signals whose spectral content lies
within the transformer’s pass band. An RF transformer, such
as the Mini-Circuits® T1–1T, provides excellent rejection of
common-mode distortion (that is, even-order harmonics) and
noise over a wide frequency range. It also provides electrical
isolation and the ability to deliver twice the power to the load.
Transformers with different impedance ratios can also be used
for impedance matching purposes. Note that the transformer
provides ac coupling only.
IAVDD (mA)
25
20
15
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
IOUTFS (mA)
14
16
18
20
09489-027
10
Figure 27. IAVDD vs. IOUTFS
MINI-CIRCUITS
T1-1T
20
IOUTA 22
18
RLOAD
AD9740W
210MSPS
IOUTB 21
IDVDD (mA)
14
OPTIONAL RDIFF
165MSPS
12
09489-030
16
Figure 29. Differential Output Using a Transformer
10
125MSPS
8
6
65MSPS
4
0
0.01
0.1
RATIO (fOUT/fCLOCK)
1
09489-055
2
Figure 28. IDVDD vs. Ratio at DVDD = 3.3 V
APPLYING THE AD9740W
Output Configurations
The following sections illustrate some typical output configurations for the AD9740W. Unless otherwise noted, it is assumed
that IOUTFS is set to a nominal 20 mA. For applications requiring
the optimum dynamic performance, a differential output
configuration is suggested. A differential output configuration
can consist of either an RF transformer or a differential op amp
The center tap on the primary side of the transformer must be
connected to ACOM to provide the necessary dc current path
for both IOUTA and IOUTB. The complementary voltages
appearing at IOUTA and IOUTB (that is, VOUTA and VOUTB)
swing symmetrically around ACOM and should be maintained
with the specified output compliance range of the AD9740W. A
differential resistor, RDIFF, can be inserted in applications where
the output of the transformer is connected to the load, RLOAD,
via a passive reconstruction filter or cable. RDIFF is determined
by the transformer’s impedance ratio and provides the proper
source termination that results in a low VSWR. Note that approximately half the signal power is dissipated across RDIFF.
DIFFERENTIAL COUPLING USING AN OP AMP
An op amp can also be used to perform a differential-to-singleended conversion, as shown in Figure 30. The AD9740W is
configured with two equal load resistors, RLOAD, of 25 Ω. The
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AD9740W
Analog Outputs section. For optimum INL performance, the
single-ended, buffered voltage output configuration is suggested.
AD9740W
IOUTFS = 20mA
VOUTA = 0V TO 0.5V
IOUTA 22
50Ω
50Ω
IOUTB 21
09489-033
differential voltage developed across IOUTA and IOUTB is
converted to a single-ended signal via the differential op amp
configuration. An optional capacitor can be installed across
IOUTA and IOUTB, forming a real pole in a low-pass filter. The
addition of this capacitor also enhances the op amp’s distortion
performance by preventing the DAC’s high slewing output from
overloading the op amp’s input.
25Ω
500Ω
Figure 32. 0 V to 0.5 V Unbuffered Voltage Output
225Ω
IOUTA 22
SINGLE-ENDED, BUFFERED VOLTAGE OUTPUT
CONFIGURATION
AD8047
225Ω
IOUTB 21
COPT
09489-031
500Ω
25Ω
25Ω
Figure 30. DC Differential Coupling Using an Op Amp
The common-mode rejection of this configuration is typically
determined by the resistor matching. In this circuit, the differential
op amp circuit using the AD8047 is configured to provide some
additional signal gain. The op amp must operate off a dual
supply because its output is approximately ±1 V. A high speed
amplifier capable of preserving the differential performance of the
AD9740W while meeting other system level objectives (that is,
cost or power) should be selected. The op amp’s differential
gain, gain setting resistor values, and full-scale output swing
capabilities should all be considered when optimizing this
circuit.
The differential circuit shown in Figure 31 provides the
necessary level shifting required in a single-supply system. In
this case, AVDD, which is the positive analog supply for both
the AD9740W and the op amp, is also used to level shift the
differential output of the AD9740W to midsupply (that is,
AVDD/2). The AD8041 is a suitable op amp for this application.
Figure 33 shows a buffered single-ended output configuration
in which the op amp U1 performs an I-V conversion on the
AD9740W output current. U1 maintains IOUTA (or IOUTB) at
a virtual ground, minimizing the nonlinear output impedance
effect on the DAC’s INL performance as described in the Analog
Outputs section. Although this single-ended configuration typically provides the best dc linearity performance, its ac distortion
performance at higher DAC update rates can be limited by U1’s
slew rate capabilities. U1 provides a negative unipolar output
voltage, and its full-scale output voltage is simply the product of
RFB and IOUTFS. The full-scale output should be set within U1’s
voltage output swing capabilities by scaling IOUTFS and/or RFB.
An improvement in ac distortion performance can result with a
reduced IOUTFS because U1 is required to sink less signal current.
COPT
RFB
200Ω
AD9740W
IOUTFS = 10mA
IOUTA 22
U1
VOUT = IOUTFS × RFB
IOUTB 21
200Ω
500Ω
AD9740W
Figure 33. Unipolar Buffered Voltage Output
225Ω
IOUTA 22
1kΩ
25Ω
1kΩ
AVDD
09489-032
COPT
25Ω
POWER AND GROUNDING CONSIDERATIONS,
POWER SUPPLY REJECTION
AD8041
225Ω
IOUTB 21
09489-034
AD9740W
Figure 31. Single-Supply DC Differential Coupled Circuit
SINGLE-ENDED, UNBUFFERED VOLTAGE OUTPUT
Figure 32 shows the AD9740W configured to provide a unipolar output range of approximately 0 V to 0.5 V for a doubly
terminated 50 Ω cable because the nominal full-scale current,
IOUTFS, of 20 mA flows through the equivalent RLOAD of 25 Ω. In
this case, RLOAD represents the equivalent load resistance seen by
IOUTA or IOUTB. The unused output (IOUTA or IOUTB) can
be connected to ACOM directly or via a matching RLOAD. Different
values of IOUTFS and RLOAD can be selected as long as the positive
compliance range is adhered to. One additional consideration
in this mode is the integral nonlinearity (INL), discussed in the
Many applications seek high speed and high performance
under less than ideal operating conditions. In these application
circuits, the implementation and construction of the printed
circuit board is as important as the circuit design. Proper RF
techniques must be used for device selection, placement, and
routing as well as power supply bypassing and grounding to
ensure optimum performance.
One factor that can measurably affect system performance is
the ability of the DAC output to reject dc variations or ac noise
superimposed on the analog or digital dc power distribution.
This is referred to as the power supply rejection ratio (PSRR).
For dc variations of the power supply, the resulting performance
of the DAC directly corresponds to a gain error associated with
the DAC’s full-scale current, IOUTFS. AC noise on the dc supplies
is common in applications where the power distribution is
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AD9740W
generated by a switching power supply. Typically, switching
power supply noise occurs over the spectrum from tens of
kilohertz to several megahertz. The PSRR vs. frequency of the
AD9740W AVDD supply over this frequency range is shown in
Figure 34.
85
80
75
Proper grounding and decoupling should be a primary objective in any high speed, high resolution system. The AD9740W
features separate analog and digital supplies and ground pins to
optimize the management of analog and digital ground currents
in a system. In general, AVDD, the analog supply, should be
decoupled to ACOM, the analog common, as close to the chip
as physically possible. Similarly, DVDD, the digital supply,
should be decoupled to DCOM as close to the chip as physically
possible.
65
60
55
50
40
0
2
4
6
8
FREQUENCY (MHz)
10
12
09489-035
45
Figure 34. Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR)
Note that the ratio in Figure 34 is calculated as amps out/volts
in. Noise on the analog power supply has the effect of modulating
the internal switches, and therefore the output current. The
voltage noise on AVDD, therefore, is added in a nonlinear
manner to the desired IOUT. Due to the relative different size of
these switches, the PSRR is very code dependent. This can produce
a mixing effect that can modulate low frequency power supply
noise to higher frequencies. Worst-case PSRR for either one of
the differential DAC outputs occur when the full-scale current
is directed toward that output.
For those applications that require a single 3.3 V supply for both
the analog and digital supplies, a clean analog supply can be
generated using the circuit shown in Figure 35. The circuit
consists of a differential LC filter with separate power supply
and return lines. Lower noise can be attained by using low ESR
type electrolytic and tantalum capacitors.
FERRITE
BEADS
TTL/CMOS
LOGIC
CIRCUITS
As a result, the PSRR measurement in Figure 34 represents a
worst-case condition in which the digital inputs remain static
and the full-scale output current of 20 mA is directed to the
DAC output being measured.
The following illustrates the effect of supply noise on the analog
supply. Suppose a switching regulator with a switching frequency
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100µF
ELECT.
10µF TO
22µF
TANT.
AVDD
0.1µF
CER.
ACOM
3.3V
POWER SUPPLY
Figure 35. Differential LC Filter for Single 3.3 V Applications
09489-036
PSRR (dB)
70
of 250 kHz produces 10 mV of noise and, for simplicity’s sake
(ignoring harmonics), all of this noise is concentrated at 250 kHz.
To calculate how much of this undesired noise appears as current
noise superimposed on the DAC’s full-scale current, IOUTFS, users
must determine the PSRR in dB using Figure 34 at 250 kHz. To
calculate the PSRR for a given RLOAD, such that the units of PSRR
are converted from A/V to V/V, adjust the curve in Figure 34 by
the scaling factor 20 Ω log (RLOAD). For instance, if RLOAD is 50 Ω,
then the PSRR is reduced by 34 dB (that is, PSRR of the DAC at
250 kHz, which is 85 dB in Figure 34, becomes 51 dB VOUT/VIN).
AD9740W
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
9.80
9.70
9.60
28
15
4.50
4.40
4.30
6.40 BSC
1
14
PIN 1
0.65
BSC
0.15
0.05
COPLANARITY
0.10
0.30
0.19
1.20 MAX
SEATING
PLANE
0.20
0.09
8°
0°
0.75
0.60
0.45
COMPLIANT TO JEDEC STANDARDS MO-153-AE
Figure 36. 28-Lead Thin Shrink Small Outline Package [TSSOP]
(RU-28)
Dimensions shown in millimeters
ORDERING GUIDE
Model 1, 2
AD9740WARUZ
AD9740WARUZRL7
1
2
Temperature Range
−40°C to +105°C
−40°C to +105°C
Package Description
28-Lead TSSOP
28-Lead TSSOP
Package Option
RU-28
RU-28
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
W = Qualified for Automotive Applications.
AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS
The AD9740W models are available with controlled manufacturing to support the quality and reliability requirements of automotive
applications. Note that these automotive models may have specifications that differ from the commercial models; therefore, designers
should review the Specifications section of this data sheet carefully. Only the automotive grade products shown are available for use in
automotive applications. Contact your local Analog Devices account representative for specific product ordering information and to
obtain the specific Automotive Reliability reports for these models.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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