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Part Number: ADS42LB69
I would like to understand what is the enob and sinad I will be having from this chip if I'm using at frequencies 500MHz and above.
Does anyone has a plot like that?
Here is an example for chip AD9226:
Please refer to page 5.
Hi Zhan Cheng Ng,
The datasheet does not give any information for input frequencies above 300 MHz (page 18 of datasheet
The ENOB at 300 MHz is (72.2(SNR)-1.76)/6.02 = 11.70 LSBs.
I will look further at whether or not this data can be obtained, and get back with you soon.
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In reply to dBrock:
Thanks for the reply. I hope to hear from you so I can have better understanding of the chip.
Once again, thank you.
In reply to Zhan Cheng Ng:
Hi Zhan Cheng,
I have some unofficial data that was collected that I can send you in a message.
Can you send it to my mail? firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the help!
I have sent the data that I have available to the listed email address.
Hope that helps!
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