Part Number: TIDA-00996 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC38J84 Dear all,
one of my customer is going to replicate in the lab the setup of the TIDA-00996 in order to synchronize 8 DACS. The frequency in place are lower than the capabilities of the DAC3xJ84…
Part Number: TIDA-00996 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC38J84 Hello,
I am trying to recreate the TIDA-00996 set up in my lab, and the DAC38J84_4xint_Fdata614p4MHz_0_delay442.cfg is not in the design files like the documentation calls out. I can't…
Part Number: TIDA-00996 Hello everybody,
I am trying to synchronize the outputs of multiple DACs, which are physically separated. A possible approach is depicted below. It was evaluated by TI instruments [ http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/tidubh1/tidubh1.pdf …
Part Number: DAC38J84 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00996 , , TSW14J56EVM Dear all,
is there anyway to generate 4 independent outputs from the DAC38J84 ?
For instance, what about bypassing the NCO ?
Please see attached for the format of a 4 channel pattern file sent through HSDC Pro /TSW14J56EVM. I believe that what you are asking is achievable, but this may require two files. I will research this some more.
user6379132 said: "Questions" Q1) For example, if the register is fixed to a certain setting, is the internal delay in the DAC constant or does it fluctuate? For example, is the internal delay in the DAC for a certain register setting…
After reviewing your question again, I believe you may refer to the following app note for detail:
This is a system level planning so it is hard to see where you are going exactly.
Antonio Guardiani said: My idea was to use a nested 0-delay dual…