Product Flyer Mixed Signal Division October 2004 Version 1.1 MB86064 FME/MS/DAC80/FL/5085 Dual 14-bit 1GSa/s DAC The Fujitsu MB86064 is a Dual 14-bit 1GSa/s digital to analog converter (DAC), delivering exceptional dynamic performance. Each high performance DAC core is capable of generating multi-standard, multi-carrier communication transmit signals, suitable for 2, 2.5 and 3G systems. DAC data is input via two high-speed LVDS ports. These operate in a pseudo double data rate (DDR) mode, with data latched on both rising and falling edges. Alternatively, the device can be configured as a multiplexed dual-port single DAC. To simplify system integration the DAC operates from a clock running at half the DAC conversion rate. PLASTIC PACKAGE EFBGA-120 Package Dimensions 12 mm x 12 mm Features PIN ASSIGNMENT AC17 AB18 AA19 X_A5 A5 DVDD X_A4 A2 DVDD R21 P20 P22 N21 N23 M22 L23 M20 L21 K22 J23 K20 J21 H22 G23 H20 G21 F22 X_A6 A6 DVSS X_A3 NC L14 M11 M9 L10 K11 J12 K9 J10 All centre pins : TG D16 D8 C17 B18 A19 D14 D12 C13 C15 A15 D10 C11 B12 B14 B16 A17 A13 C9 B10 A11 T4 DVSS M4 W3 U3 B1 H4 DVSS NC NC DVDD X_B7 R1 B7 X_B5 N1 B5 DVDD L1 X_B4 B4 X_B2 B2 P2 N3 K4 X_B9 B9 U1 T2 R3 P4 X_B3 B3 X_B1 W1 V2 V4 M2 L3 K2 J3 J1 H2 G3 F4 G1 F2 E3 E1 DVDD DVDD DVSS D6 C7 B8 A9 X_B10 B10 DVSS X_B8 B8 X_B6 B6 C5 Index B6 A7 A5 SERIAL_OUT SERIAL_CLK AVD18_B AVD18_B VLOW_B VREF RREF AVSS CLKIN CLKINB VLOW_A AVD18_A AVD18_A X_RESET TEST Copyright © 2004 Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH P9 N10 L12 K13 J14 D18 • Multi-carrier, Multi-standard cellular infrastructure • CDMA, W-CDMA, GSM/EDGE, UMTS • Wideband communications systems • High Direct-IF architectures • Arbitrary waveform generation • Test equipment • Radar, video & display systems N12 M13 M15 K15 C19 Applications AA5 Y6 R10 P11 P13 N14 A3 X_A1 A1 DVSS NC R12 R14 P15 Y8 SERIAL_IN SERIAL_EN AVSS IOUTB_B E21 A10 DVSS X_A8 A8 Y10 AC5 AB6 AA7 IOUT_B AVD33 BGAP AVD18_CLK AVD25 AVD33 IOUT_A IOUTB_A E23 F20 AC7 AB8 AA9 Y16 AVSS DAC_SCAN SPARE DVDD DVSS T20 T22 R23 A4 X_A2 V20 U21 Y12 Y14 AC9 AB10 AA11 Y18 X_A10 W21 V22 AC11 AB12 AA13 B11 X_B11 DVSS B13 X_B13 X_LPCLK_IN LPCLK_IN DVSS LPCLK_OUT X_LPCLK_OUT X_A13 A13 X_A7 A7 W23 U23 AB14 AA15 DVSS X_A11 A11 X_A9 A9 DVDD AC13 AC15 AB16 AA17 CLK2_OUT AC19 B12 X_B12 DVDD B14 X_B14 X_CLK2_OUT A12 DVDD CLK1_OUT X_CLK1_OUT X_A14 A14 DVDD X_A12 • Dual 14-bit, 1GSa/s Digital to Analog conversion • Exceptional dynamic performance • 74dBc ACLR for 4 UMTS carriers @ 276MHz direct-IF • 100MHz image-free generated bandwidth capability • supports UMTS plus digital pre-distortion bandwidth • Proprietary performance enhancement features • LVDS data interface • Register selectable on-chip LVDS termination resistors • Fujitsu 4-wire serial control interface • Two 16k point programmable on-chip waveform memories • Low power 3.3V analog and 1.8V digital operation • 750mW per DAC power dissipation at 1GSa/s • 0.18µm CMOS technology with Triple Well • Performance enhanced EFBGA package • Industrial temperature range (-40°C to +85°C) Not to scale. Viewed from above. Production Page 1 of 4 Disclaimer: The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. Customers are advised to consult with FUJITSU sales representatives before ordering.The information and circuit diagrams in this document are presented “as is”, no license is granted by implication or otherwise. October 2004 Version 1.1 FME/MS/DAC80/FL/5085 MB86064 Dual 14-bit 1GSa/s DAC Functional Overview The MB86064 is a high performance Dual 14-bit 1GSa/s DAC. In addition to two DAC cores the device features a host of features designed to help both system integration and operation. A functional block diagram is shown in Figure 1. Analog performance at high frequencies is enhanced by novel current switch and switch driver designs which provide constant data-independent switching delay, reducing jitter and distortion. Control Interface 1.8V LVCMOS 4-wire Serial Control Interface ÷ 1, 2, 4, 8 Clock output 1 LVDS ÷ 1, 2, 4, 8 Clock output 2 LVDS RF Clock input e.g. 500MHz Double-Edge clocked (1GSa/s) Loop clock input LVDS Loop clock output LVDS Waveform Memory Module Port A data input 14-bit LVDS Waveform Waveform Memory Memory A A (16K Points) DAC A Analog output A (14-bit) (16K Points) Waveform Waveform Memory Memory B B (16K Points) (16K Points) DAC B Analog output B (14-bit) Port B data input 14-bit LVDS EFBGA-120 Figure 1 MB86064 Functional Block Diagram The device requires an input clock at half the DAC conversion rate as each DAC core is clocked on both edges of the input clock. Each DAC core can be regarded as two interleaved DACs, each running at half rate. The main reason for adopting this approach is that the switch driver inherently includes a multiplex function through its two input ports. Compared to a conventional switch driver this allows twice as long to acquire and convert, though because the two paths share current sources they match exactly at low frequencies. A characteristic of this architecture is a suppressed image appearing reflected about Fs(dac)/4 of Fclk-Fsig. Duty cycle error in the input clock will exacerbate this image, but can be minimised by trimming the differential DC offset at the clock input pins. The big advantage of this approach compared to a single DAC running at half the rate is much reduced sinx/x roll off, which gives increased output power and better in-band flatness when generating high output frequencies (e.g. 200MHz and above). This is illustrated in Figure 2 as line 1. An alternative approach using a return-to-zero output stage has the same sinx/x roll off (and switch driver speed) but 6dB lower output power and a large image at Fclk-Fout. See Line 2. Page 2 of 4 Production Copyright © 2004 Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Disclaimer: The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. Customers are advised to consult with FUJITSU sales representatives before ordering.The information and circuit diagrams in this document are presented “as is”, no license is granted by implication or otherwise. October 2004 Version 1.1 FME/MS/DAC80/FL/5085 MB86064 Dual 14-bit 1GSa/s DAC Line 3 illustrates a conventional DAC running at half rate. Input Data Unsigned binary data to each DAC core is input via a dedicated parallel LVDS port. As with the DAC core, data is latched on every rising and falling edge of the clock in a pseudo DDR mode. For synchronisation of data generator(s) two LVDS clock outputs and a Loop-Clock facility are provided. dBFS 0 -6 Target high direct-IF generating region Frequency Figure 2 Benefits of DAC core architecture to Sinx/x response Loop-Clock Maintaining valid clock-to-data timing becomes increasingly difficult at higher clock rates, particularly taking into account device-to-device variations. The MB86064 minimises potential problems through its DDR data interface and by providing a loop-clock facility. The on-chip ‘loop’ consists of an LVDS input connected to an LVDS output, through a programmable delay stage. This loop-through, and the associated tracking from the data generating device, should be incorporated in the feedback loop of a Delay-Locked Loop (DLL) or Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) clock generator, within the data generating device. This enables the system to compensate for variations in input/output delays in both the data generating device and the DAC. Performance Enhancement Features Each DAC core integrates a number of performance enhancing features. Performance levels now reach the level sought after for next generation systems and high direct-IF architectures. Serial Control Interface A Fujitsu 4-wire serial interface is provided for configuration and control of the DAC. Programmed data is stored in a number of read/writable registers. Waveform Memory Module The MB86064 incorporates a Waveform Memory Module featuring two 16k point on-chip waveform memories. These allow the DAC cores to be driven with user programmed waveforms without the need for external high speed, pattern generators. Development Kit A comprehensive Development Kit (DK), DK86064, is available which comprises a number of modules. A base motherboard provides an interface to the DAC, Clock and Data modules. Also included is a PC USB Interface Lead & Control Software. For further details, please refer to the associated documentation. 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