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Part Number: DAC7811
I am considering replacing another maker's multiplying DAC with DAC7811 at my customer. Please see the attached file.
DAC_circuit.xlsx I think that DAC7811 is usable and the Cf can be used not only for phase compensation but also for LPF by increasing Cf value. Is my understanding correct?
If you have any concerns about that please let me know. Sincerely,Tsuyoshi Tokumoto
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In reply to Uttam Sahu:
Thank you very much for your prompt reply. I will use your advice as a reference from now on.
Thank you and best regards,Tsuyoshi Tokumoto
Please let me ask you an additional question.
My customer is considering using the DAC7811 now. In his current design situation, the DAC 7811 needs to be controlled by a serial interface with 24-bit width. I believe that the DAC7811 will be controlled correctly by placing valid data in the lower 16bits. *Please see the attached file.
Dac7811_input.xlsx Is my understanding correct?
In reply to tsuyoshi tokumoto:
Thank you very much for your prompt reply. I really appreciate your cooperation!
I look forward to your answer.
I would appreciate it if you could share the test result on the EVM with me. I apologize for rushing you, but I would like to reply to my customer about this question by the end of the week.
I appreciate your understanding and cooperation. I look forward to your findings.
Thank you for the good news! I shared your answer with my customer. I appreciate your cooperation
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