Texas Instruments ADS5263 Analog-to-Digital Converter

Texas Instruments announced the ADS5263 quad-channel, 16-bit analog-to-digital converter. The ADS5263 ADC features a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 84.6 dBFS with 10-MHz input and a sampling frequency of up to 100 MSPS. The TI ADS5263 is available now in two 9-mm x 9-mm QFN package options. The regular package for applications without a magnetic field is priced at $236.50 (quantities of 1,000). The non-magnetic package option for applications with a magnetic field is priced at $385.50 (quantities of 1,000). The ADC is ideal for medical imaging applications.

TI ADS5263 ADC Features

  • Quad-channel architecture
  • Sampling frequency of up to 100 MSPS
  • 9 mm x 9 mm QFN package
  • 50% less board space than existing single- or dual-channel devices
  • Non-magnetic package option allows for operation without image distortion in a strong magnetic field, such as in MRI equipment
  • 14-bit and 16-bit resolution modes for switching between low-power and high-speed, high-resolution operation
  • Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 84.6 dBFS with 10-MHz input in 16-bit mode
  • 380 mW/channel in 16-bit mode
  • 4-Vpp full-scale input in 16-bit mode
  • SNR of 73 dBFS with 10 MHz input in 14-bit mode
  • 195 mW/channel in 14-bit mode
  • 2-Vpp full-scale input in 14-bit mode
Texas Instruments (TI) ADS5263 quad-channel, 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC)

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