Direct digital synthesis ICs offer power and size savings

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By eeNews Europe

The devices are well suited for industrial and communications applications, including sensory excitation, impedance spectroscopy and battery-enabled diagnostic and communication equipment.

The AD9838 DDS and AD9837 DDS ICs settle in nanoseconds with granularity well below 100 MHz. Along with an on-chip, 10-bit, low-power DAC (digital-to-analog converter), the new products offer 28-bit fine-tuning granularity and high SFDR (spurious-free dynamic range) performance that enable them to more quickly and accurately generate a stable signal in the band of interest.

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