ADCMP572/573/580/581/582 Evaluation Tools PDF

Evaluation Board for ADCMP572/
ADCMP573/ADCMP580/ADCMP581/ADCMP582
EVAL-ADCMP572/573/580/581/582
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION
This document provides an overview and suggested lab test setups
of the evaluation board for Analog Devices’ new ADCMP572/
ADCMP573/ADCMP580/ADCMP581/ADCMP582 comparator
products. Because these comparators represent state of the art,
general-purpose comparator technology, it is important that their
performance characteristics be evaluated using the highest bandwidth components available. The evaluation board provides a
relatively high quality environment in which to make such
measurements. All five device types are fully released to
production.
Figure 1 is a photograph of the top of the evaluation board. It is
fabricated using a high quality dielectric material between the
ground plane and signal layers in order to maintain high signal
integrity. All input and output signals are brought on to the
board with 2.9 mm RF connectors, and transmission line paths
are kept as close to 50 Ω as possible.
PACKAGE LIST
•
Evaluation board with component installed
•
Schematic
This document should be used in conjunction with the
ADCMP57x/ADCMP58x data sheets that contain full technical
details on the device specifications and operation. The same
PCB is used to evaluate the ADCMP572, ADCMP573,
ADCMP580, ADCMP581, and ADCMP580.
05821-001
EVALUATION BOARD
Figure 1. ADCMP572/ADCMP573/ADCMP580/ADCMP581/ADCMP5822 Evaluation Board
Rev. 0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Setup Input Signals........................................................................8
Evaluation Board Description......................................................... 1
Connect Output Signals ...............................................................8
Package List ....................................................................................... 1
Jumper Setup......................................................................................9
Evaluation Board .............................................................................. 1
Test Setup......................................................................................... 10
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Additional Support..................................................................... 10
Using the Evaluation Board............................................................. 3
Schematics ....................................................................................... 11
Measurements ............................................................................... 3
Ordering Information.................................................................... 20
Setting Up the Evaluation Board .................................................... 4
Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 20
Connect Power.............................................................................. 4
ESD Caution................................................................................ 20
Connect Inputs ............................................................................. 8
REVISION HISTORY
2/06—Revision 0: Initial Version
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USING THE EVALUATION BOARD
MEASUREMENTS
Table 1. Basic Equipment
The same PCB is used to evaluate both ADCMP57x and
ADCMP58x families. The Setting Up the Evaluation Board
section describes the measurements that can be performed with
this evaluation board.
Description
Power Supply with
Three Outputs
Pulse Generator
Signal Analyzer
Source Meter
Matched High Speed
Cables with 2.9 mm
Connectors
1
2
Example Equipment 1
Agilent E3631A
Quantity
2
HP8133A, Agilent 81134A
CSA 8000 with 80E04
sampling head 2
Keithley 2400 SourceMeter,
Keithley 238 high current
source-measure unit
Insulated Wire Inc. kps1501-180-kps
Florida RF LABS LAB-FLEX
160 2Y194
1
1
1
4
Equipment used to generate example measurements within this document.
20 GHz sampling head used for all time measurements.
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SETTING UP THE EVALUATION BOARD
CONNECT POWER
Several power supply levels must be provided to the board for
VCCI, VCCO, VEE, VTT, CGND (the comparator’s GND pin), and
GND via the banana jacks. Make a direct connection from the
DUT output pins to the oscilloscope because any transmission
line discontinuity degrades performance.
The flexible power supply scheme of the ADCMP572/ADCMP573
comparators can be confusing with VTT at system ground. The
GND pin on the comparator is no longer at GND dc potential,
except for the ADCMP580, and, therefore, is named CGND on the
board.
Because of this, VTT is always at GND and therefore, VCCO = VTT
(GND) + 2.0 V for the ECL/PECL ADCMP573/ADCMP581/
ADCMP582, and VCCO = VTT = GND for the CML type
ADCMP572 and GND = CGND = VTT only for the CML
ADCMP580, as detailed in Table 2 through Table 4.
Table 2. ADCMP580/ADCMP581 Power Supply Connections
Pin No.
5, 16
9, 12
13
14
8
15
ADCMP580 (CML) 1
5.0 V
0.0 V
−5.0 V
−5.0 V
0V
0.0 V
0V
Mnemonic
VCCI (Red)
GND (Purple) (also CGND for these devices)
VEE (Orange)
HYS (Orange)
VTT (Green)
CGND (Brown) 3
GND Plane (Black) 4
ADCMP581(NECL) 2
7.0 V
2.0 V
−3.0 V
−3.0 V
0V
2.0 V
0V
1
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 0 V, VEE = −5.0 V.
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 0 V, VEE = −5.0 V.
3
CGND is the comparator ground (Pin 15) renamed.
4
GND is always system ground.
2
VCCI
VCCI
VP
2
GND
+
VTP
VP
9, 12
11
ADCMP580
VN
VTN
HYS
14
13
15
8
+
9, 12
11
ADCMP581
10
VTN
VTT
LE INPUT
HYS
LE INPUT
Q OUTPUT
–
4
14
13
15
7 6
8
VTT
LE INPUT
LE INPUT
VEE GND
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VEE GND
NOTES
1. FOR ADCMP580 CGND = GND.
3
Q OUTPUT
RSECL
Q OUTPUT
VN
7 6
GND
Q OUTPUT
–
4
2
CML
10
3
5, 16
1
NOTES
1. GND HERE BECOMES BOARD CGND.
Figure 3. ADCMP581 Power Supply Connections
Figure 2. ADCMP580 Power Supply Connections
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VTP
5, 16
1
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Table 3. ADCMP582 Power Supply Connections
Pin No.
5, 16
9, 12
13
14
8
15
Mnemonic
VCCI (Red)
VCCO (Purple)
VEE (Orange)
HYS
VTT (Green)
CGND (Brown) 3
GND Plane (Black) 4
ADCMP582(PECL) 1
2.0 V
2.0 V
−8.0 V
−8.0 V
0V
−3.0 V
0V
ADCMP582(PECL) 2
3.7 V
2.0 V
−6.3 V
−6.3 V
0V
−1.3 V
0V
ADCMP582(PECL)
4.5 V
2.0 V
−5.5 V
−5.5 V
0V
−0.5 V
0V
1
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 5.0 V, VEE = −5.0 V.
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 3.3 V, VEE = −5.0 V.
3
CGND is the comparator ground (Pin 15) renamed.
4
GND is always system ground.
2
VCCI
VTP
VP
5, 16
1
2
VCCO
+
9, 12
11
ADCMP582
RSPECL
10
VN
VTN
HYS
3
Q OUTPUT
Q OUTPUT
–
4
14
13
15
7 6
8
VTT
LE INPUT
LE INPUT
NOTES
1. GND HERE BECOMES BOARD CGND.
Figure 4. ADCMP582 Power Supply Connections
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VEE GND
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Table 4. ADCMP572 Power Supply and Input Translation
Pin
VCCI
VCCO
CGND
VTP_F/VTN_F
VTT
VP/VN
LE/LE
AGND
(This is not a pin in the part.)
Case 1 1
0.0 V
0.0 V
−3.3 V
0V
0.0 V
−3.5V < VN/VP <−2.1V
0.0 V/−0.4 V
0.0 V
Case 2 2
1.9 V
0.0 V
−3.3 V
0V
0.0 V
−3.5 V < VP/VN < −0.1 V
0.0 V/−0.4 V
0.0 V
Case 3 3
0.0 V
0.0 V
−5.2 V
0V
0.0 V
−5.4 V < VP/VN < −2.0 V
0.0 V/−0.4 V
0.0 V
1
VCCI = VCCO = 3.3 V.
VCCI = 5.2 V, VCCO = 3.3 V.
3
VCCI = VCCO = 5.2 V.
2
VCCI
VTP
VP
5, 16
1
2
VCCO
+
9, 12
11
ADCMP572
RSPECL
10
VN
VTN
HYS
3
Q OUTPUT
Q OUTPUT
–
4
14
13
15
7 6
8
VTT
LE INPUT
LE INPUT
NOTES
1. GND HERE BECOMES BOARD CGND.
Figure 5. ADCMP572 Power Supply Connections
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GND GND
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Table 5. ADCMP573 Power Supply and Input Translation
Pin
VCCI
VCCO
CGND
VTP_F/VTN_F
VTT
VP/VN
LE/LE
AGND
This is not a pin in the part.
Case 1 1
2.0 V
2.0 V
−1.3 V
0V
0.0 V
−1.5V < VN/VP < −0.1 V
1.2 V/0.8V
0.0 V
Case 2 2
3.9 V
2.0 V
−1.3 V
0V
0.0 V
−1.5 V < VP/VN < +1.9 V
1.2 V/0.8 V
0.0 V
Case 3 3
2.0 V
2.0 V
−3.2 V
0V
0.0 V
−3.4 V < VP/VN < 0.0 V
1.2 V/0.8 V
0.0 V
1
VCCI = VCCO = 3.3 V.
VCCI = 5.2 V, VCCO = 3.3 V.
3
VCCI = VCCO = 5.2 V.
2
VCCI
VTP
VP
5, 16
1
2
VCCO
+
9, 12
11
ADCMP573
CML
10
VN
VTN
HYS
3
Q OUTPUT
Q OUTPUT
–
4
14
13
15
7 6
8
VTT
LE INPUT
LE INPUT
Figure 6. ADCMP573 Power Supply Connections
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GND GND
NOTES
1. GND HERE BECOMES BOARD CGND.
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Set voltage termination VTP_F and VTN_F to GND to terminate
the on-chip, 50 Ω input resistors.
CONNECT INPUTS
Connect the differential output of the generator to the
differential comparator input pins of the device, VP and VN.
Leave the hysteresis control pin, HYS, open for zero hysteresis
or connect the HYS pin to VEE with a suitably sized resistor to
add the desired amount of hysteresis.
Connect the differential data output of the generator to the
differential latch input of the device, LE and LE.
CONNECT OUTPUT SIGNALS
SETUP INPUT SIGNALS
Connect the output of the comparator, Q and QB, to the signal
analyzer. The sampling head must have an internal 50 Ω
termination to ground.
Input and latch levels must be shifted consistently with the
power supplies (see Table 4 through Table 7).
Table 6. ADCMP580/ADCMP581 Input Signal and Latch Setup
Pin
2, 3
1, 4
6, 7
1
2
Mnemonic
VP/VN
VTP_F/VTN_F (Blue)
LE/LE
ADCMP580 (CML) 1
−2.0 V < VP/VN < +3.0 V
0V
0.0 V/−0.4 V
ADCMP581(NECL) 2
0.0 V < VP/VN < +5.0 V
0V
0.8 V/0.4 V
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 0 V, VEE = −5.0 V.
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 0 V, VEE = −5.0V.
Table 7. ADCMP582 Input Signal and Latch Setup
Pin
Mnemonic
ADCMP582(PECL) 1
ADCMP582(PECL) 2
ADCMP582(PECL) 3
2, 3
VP/VN
−5.0 V < VP/VN < 0.0 V
−3.3 V < VP/VN < 1.7 V
−2.5 V < VP/VN < 2.5 V
1, 4
VTP_F/VTN_F (Blue)
0V
0V
0V
6, 7
LE/LE
0.8 V/0.4 V
0.8 V/0.4 V
0.8 V/0.4 V
1
2
3
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 5.0 V, VEE = −5.0 V
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 3.3 V, VEE = −5.0 V
VCCI = 5.0 V, VCCO = 2.5 V, VEE = −5.0 V
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JUMPER SETUP
This evaluation board works with five different comparators,
the ADCMP572/ADCMP573 and the ADCMP580/
ADCMP581/ADCMP582. To reduce the number of wires to the
power supply, jumpers are provided wherever comparator
supplies might be rerouted. When a comparator is mounted
onto the board, the jumpers should be set properly for that
product. The user does not have to adjust Jumper 1, Jumper 2,
and Jumper 3 unless a new device type is soldered onto the
board.
If the evaluation board is to be used for a different comparator
type than was mounted on the board originally, pull all the
jumpers to prevent errors. Once the new part type is installed,
the jumpers can be reinstalled. Table 8 gives the correct jumper
settings and resulting banana jack connections for each of the
comparator products. Set conservative current limits on all
power supplies.
Table 8. Jumper Connections
Jumper
P1
P2
P3
P4/P5
P4
P5
ADCMP572/ADCMP573
Short 1, 2 (TP10)
Short 2, 3 (TP9)
Short 1, 2 (TP2/GND)
Short 2, 3
Short 2, 3
Short 1, 2
Short 1, 2
Short 2, 3
ADCMP580/ADCMP581
Short 2, 3 (TP6)
Short 1, 2 (TP10)
Short 1, 2 (TP2/GND)
Short 2, 3
Short 2, 3
Short 1, 2
Short 1, 2
Short 2, 3
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ADCMP582
Short 2, 3 (TP6)
Short 2, 3 (TP9)
Short 1, 2 (TP2/GND)
Short 2, 3
Short 2, 3
Short 1, 2
Short 1, 2
Short 2, 3
Conditions
Device VEE/GND
Device VCCO
Device VTT
VP/VN as a differential input
Drive VP
Drive VN
DC Bias VN
DC Bias VP
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TEST SETUP
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
Figure 2 shows Analog Devices’ test configuration setup that
was used for much of the initial engineering evaluation. It is
provided here as a guideline and to assist in replicating our
setup.
For further support regarding the ADCMP572/ADCMP573
and ADCMP580/ADCMP581/ADCMP582 comparators and/or
evaluation boards, refer to www.analog.com.
80E04
TRIGGER
PICOSECOND PULSE LABS
5361 5x PICKOFF TEE
AGILENT E3631A
TRIPLE POWER SUPPLY
LE
LE
VN
Q
VP
Q
FLORIDA RF LAB-FLEX 160 2Y 194
KEITHLEY 2400
SOURCE METER
05821-001
ADCMP58x EVALUATION BOARD
Figure 7. Typical Test Setup for Measuring Performance
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CGND
TP1
RED
1
JP1
OPEN
.1UF
APLANE
11
12
2
C50
C9
.1UF
APLANE
APLANE
VEE_CGND
C49
.1UF
RED
C5
VEE/GND
Q
VCC0_1
9
10
C48
TP4
VTP
VP
Q
VCC0_2
.1UF
C29
1
C69
P4
2
VN
C31
.1UF
1
APLANE
3
.1UF
C4
APLANE
VP
4
1
VN
2
1
P1
3
CGND
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APLANE
VCC0
MOLEX22-03-2031
CGND
MOLEX22-03-2031
VEE
2
1
P2
3
2
1
P3
3
Q
Q
APLANE
J5
2.9mm
APLANE
J6
2.9mm
Figure 8. Schematic, Main
VTP
VTN
VCC0_CGND
VTT_GND
VTT_PLANE
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APLANE
J2
VTN
APLANE
APLANE
C26
.1UF
C18
.1UF
2
3
APLANE
J1
.1UF
2.9mm
U1
APLANE
.1UF
.1UF
.1UF
C27
C24
2.9mm
APLANE
RED
APLANE
J4
.1UF
.1UF
TP5
VTT
C60
APLANE
APLANE
J3
.1UF
2.9mm
C25
P5
C3
.1UF
APLANE
2.9mm
8
APLANE
.1UF
C30
C22
C1
.1UF
1
RH
HYS
GND
LE
13
LEB
7
14
6
LE
.1UF
C23
1
C64
.1UF
.1UF
C7
VCCI
APLANE
VCC_1
15
LE
C2
VCC_2
16
5
VCCI
C8
2
APLANE
.1UF
.1UF
1
C20
.1UF
APLANE
C16
VTP_F
VTN_F
MOLEX22-03-2031
3
C21
C70
.1UF
C17
.1UF
NOTES
1. OUTPUT SWING WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 400 mVp-p AS SEEN AT THE CONNECTOR INTO A 50 Ω LOAD.
2. 2.9mm CONNECTOR MOUNTING SCREWS WILL NEED ADHESIVE.
3. A SELECTION OF RESISTORS TO BE PROVIDED FOR POSSIBLE INSERTION INTO JP1.
4. MAKE JP1'S MOUNTING HOLES LARGE ENOUGH FOR COTO CUPS.
5. 0µA–500µA FLOATING/OPEN IS NORMAL OPERATING MODE.
.1UF
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SCHEMATICS
.1UF
.1UF
APLANE
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APLANE
Figure 9. Schematic, Bypass Capacitors
.1UF
C86
ORG
1
TP6
APLANE
.1UF
C43
.1UF
C54
.1UF
C11
.1UF
C14
.1UF
C13
.1UF
C12
.1UF
C15
10UF
C19
1
.1UF
C62
1
1
RED
05821-006
APLANE
.1UF
BLK
.1UF
TP3
C53
.1UF
C52
.1UF
C51
10UF
C71
1
1
.1UF
C61
.1UF
C59
.1UF
C58
1UF
C68
10UF
VCCI
C85
.1UF
C75
.1UF
C76
.1UF
VTN_F
.1UF
C84
APLANE
.1UF
C87
.1UF
C74
.1UF
C63
.1UF
C57
.1UF
C56
.1UF
C55
APLANE
C82
1
BLU
1UF
C79
10UF
C6
.1UF
1
TP13
.1UF
C81
.1UF
C80
1
C72
.1UF
C67
.1UF
C73
1UF
C77
10UF
C10
VEE
.1UF
C83
.1UF
C36
.1UF
C35
.1UF
C33
.1UF
C34
.1UF
C32
1UF
1UF
C78
C65
10UF
C37
C66
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TP7
TP9
VIO
VCC0
TP2
BLK
APLANE
APLANE
APLANE
TP11
VTT_PLANE
GRN
APLANE
TP12
BLU
VTP_F
APLANE
TP10
BRN
CGND
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PC BOARD
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Figure 10. Bottom Signal Layer
Figure 11. GND Plane
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Figure 12. VCC Plane
Figure 13. GND Plane
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Figure 14. Miscellaneous DC Plane
Figure 15. GND Plane
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Figure 16. Upper Plane
Figure 17. Top
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Figure 18. Solder Mask
Figure 19. Solder Mask
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SILKSCREENS
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Figure 20. Silkscreen Bottom
Figure 21. Silkscreen Top
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COMPONENTS
05821-020
Figure 22 Bottom Components
Figure 23. Top Components
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ORDERING INFORMATION
ORDERING GUIDE
Model
EVAL-ADCMP572BCP
EVAL-ADCMP573BCP
EVAL-ADCMP580BCP
EVAL-ADCMP581BCP
EVAL-ADCMP582BCP
Package Description
Evaluation Board
Evaluation Board
Evaluation Board
Evaluation Board
Evaluation Board
ESD CAUTION
ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive device. Electrostatic charges as high as 4000 V readily accumulate on
the human body and test equipment and can discharge without detection. Although this product features
proprietary ESD protection circuitry, permanent damage may occur on devices subjected to high energy
electrostatic discharges. Therefore, proper ESD precautions are recommended to avoid performance
degradation or loss of functionality.
©2006 Analog Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademarks and
registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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