Part Number: DAC91001 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA189 Hello,
I'm using a DAC91001 on my board for a 0-5V output span. Datasheet indicates that REFNF should be tied to a 0V when used in unipolar output.
The way it's done in the reference design…
Part Number: DAC91001 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC9881 , Hi team,
DAC9881can not linearly output 0-10mV, is it because the output type is Buffered Voltage?
You are correct, DAC11001A is more precise than DAC9881.
We have 18bit equivalent of DAC11001A which is DAC91001. May I know what kind of application you are planning to use with DAC11001A?
You cannot bypass the filter on the PCM1789. You can on some other devices in the PCM179x family, like the PCM1792A.
You could also look at some of our precision DACs, like an MDAC (DAC8811) or unbuffered R-2R DAC11001A (DAC81001, DAC91001)…
Hello Cynthia :
Thank you for your kindly reply! and base on your notes,
>> What is the source of the input?
For dynamic test : the source of ADC may come from Audio precision directly without capacitor on the input path.
For the static or linear…
Part Number: DAC1280 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AMC1210 , , ADS1282 , DAC9881 , DAC91001 , DAC11001A
i am curious about how many 1's or 0's data and how long (minutes or second)
i need to send to TDATA in that i can get minimum or maximum…
Thanks for reaching out. We have an SPI based 24-bit part DAC1282 and various 16-bit parts. You can look into DAC91001 (18-bit) and DAC8811 (16-bit). You may not be able to generate both these frequencies with a single DAC.
If you can provide…