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AFE5804EVM - 

Evaluation Module, 12Bit, 40MSPS, Analog to Digital Converter

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS AFE5804EVM

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Manufacturer Part No:
AFE5804EVM
Newark Part No.:
34P3276
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Software, USB Cable, User Guide
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Analogue Front End
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Data Converter
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Product Overview

The AFE5804EVM is a convenient platform to evaluate the AFE5804. The AFE5804 is a complete analog front end device specifically designed for ultrasound systems that require low power and small size. The AFE5804 consists of eight channels, including a low noise amplifier (LNA), voltage controlled attenuator (VCA), programmable gain amplifier (PGA), low pass filter (LPF), and a 12bit , 50MSPS analog to digital converter (ADC) with low voltage differential signalling (LVDS) data outputs. In the event the user does not already have a method to attach to and analyze the data from the LVDS data stream, a deserializer board is offered. This board, the TSW1250EVM, directly connects to the AFE5804EVM and provides the data in parallel form for all eight channels simultaneously. The AFE5804EVM evaluation board comes completely assembled. The TSW1250EVM must be purchased separately.
  • Characterizes the AFE5804, supports CW functionalities test
  • Provide 8 channel low voltage differential signal (LVDS) outputs from the ADC
  • Compatible with the LVDS deserializer TSW1250EVM
  • Communicates with a personal computer (PC) through a USB interface
  • Configurable with RS232 interface if users wish to control the AFE5804 with a microcontroller.
  • Provides multiple power supplies for the AFE5804 and other devices
  • On board Vcntl generator R12 (0V - 1.2V)

Applications

Medical

Contents

AFE5804EVM board, user's guide, software, and a USB cable

Warnings

This integrated circuit can be damaged by ESD. TI recommends that all integrated circuits be handled with appropriate precautions. Failure to do so can cause damage