TI Announces 16-bit, 10MSPS Delta-Sigma ADC
Texas Instruments announced a 16-bit, 10MSPS delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter - ADS1610 - which features 86dB SNR and 95dB spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) over a 5MHz bandwidth. The ADS1610 is positioned for demanding measurements in communications, scientific instrumentation, and test and measurement applications.
A 4.4MHz passband with less than 0.0002dB of ripple provides wideband signal processing, while an on-chip digital filter simplifies anti-alias requirements compared to SAR and pipeline converters. The device operates from a +5V analog supply and a +3V digital supply.
The ADS1610 is optimized to work with TI's TMS320TM DSP platforms. It is also pin-compatible with TI's previously introduced ADS1605 (16-bit, 5MSPS ADC) and ADS1625 (18-bit, 1.25MSPS ADC) to provide an easy upgrade path.
The ADS1610 is sampling now, with volume production scheduled for Q3 2005. The device comes in a TQFP-64 package and is priced at $29.95 in 1,000 piece quantities (suggested resale pricing). Evaluation modules are also available.
Source: Texas Instruments
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