AD9467-200,250EBZ User Guide Datasheet by Analog Devices Inc.

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ANALOG DEVICES
Evaluation Board User Guide
UG-200
One Technology Way P. O. Box 9106 Norwood, MA 02062-9106, U.S.A. Tel: 781.329.4700 Fax: 781.461.3113 www.analog.com
Evaluating the AD9467 16-Bit, 200 MSPS/250 MSPS ADC
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Rev. 0 | Page 1 of 28
FEATURES
Full featured evaluation board for the AD9467
SPI and alternate clock options
Internal and external reference options
VisualAnalog and SPI Controller software interfaces
EQUIPMENT NEEDED
Analog signal source and antialiasing filter
2 switching power supplies (6.0 V, 2.5 A) CUI EPS060250UH-
PHP-SZ, included
PC running Windows® 98 (2nd ed.), Windows 2000,
Windows ME, or Windows XP
USB 2.0 port, recommended (USB 1.1 compatible)
AD9467 evaluation board
HSC-ADC-EVALCZ FPGA-based data capture kit
DOCUMENTS NEEDED
AD9467 data sheet
HSC-ADC-EVALCZ data sheet, High Speed Converter
Evaluation Platform (FPGA-based data capture kit)
AN-905 Application Note, VisualAnalog Converter Evaluation
Tool Version 1.0 User Manual
AN-878 Application Note, High Speed ADC SPI Control Software
AN-877 Application Note, Interface to High Speed ADCs via SPI
SOFTWARE NEEDED
VisualAnalog
SPI Controller
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This document describes the evaluation board for the AD9467,
which provides all of the support circuitry required to operate the
AD9467 in its various configurations. The application software
used to interface with the device is also described.
The AD9467 data sheet, available at www.analog.com, which
provides additional information, should be consulted when using
the evaluation board. All documents and software tools are
available at http://www.analog.com/fifo. For any questions,
send an email to highspeed.converters@analog.com.
TYPICAL MEASUREMENT SETUP
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Figure 1. AD9467-250EBZ Evaluation Board and HSC-ADC-EVALCZ Data Capture Board
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Equipment Needed ........................................................................... 1
Documents Needed .......................................................................... 1
Software Needed ............................................................................... 1
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Typical Measurement Setup ............................................................ 1
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3
Power Supplies .............................................................................. 3
Input Signals...................................................................................3
Output Signals ...............................................................................3
Default Operation and Jumper Selection Settings ....................5
Evaluation Board Software Quick Start Procedures .....................6
Configuring the Board .................................................................6
Using the Software for Testing .....................................................6
Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ................................ 10
Ordering Information .................................................................... 25
Bill of Materials ........................................................................... 25
REVISION HISTORY
10/10Revision 0: Initial Version
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
The AD9467 evaluation board provides all of the support
circuitry required to operate the AD9467 in its various modes
and configurations. Figure 2 shows the typical bench charac-
terization setup used to evaluate the performance of the AD9467.
It is critical that the signal sources used for the analog input and
clock have very low phase noise (<1 ps rms jitter) to realize the
optimum performance of the signal chain. Proper filtering of
the analog input signal to remove harmonics and lower the
integrated or broadband noise at the input is necessary to
achieve the specified noise performance (see the AD9467
data sheet).
See the Evaluation Board Software Quick Start Procedures
section to get started and Figure 17 to Figure 31 for the
complete schematics and layout diagrams that demonstrate
the routing and grounding techniques that should be applied
at the system level.
POWER SUPPLIES
This evaluation board comes with a wall-mountable switching
power supply that provides a 6 V, 2.5 A maximum output. Connect
the supply to the rated 100 V ac to 240 V ac wall outlet at 47 Hz
to 63 Hz. The other end is a 2.1 mm inner diameter jack that
connects to the PCB at P700. Once on the PC board, the 6 V
supply is fused and conditioned before connecting to low dropout
linear regulators that supply the proper bias to each of the various
sections on the board.
When operating the evaluation board in a nondefault condition,
E704, E705, E706, E707 can be removed to disconnect the
switching power supply. This enables the user to bias each section
of the board individually. Use P700 and P701 to connect a different
supply for each section. At least one 1.8 V supply is needed with
a 1 A current capability for 1.8 V AVDD1 and 1.8 V DRVDD;
however, it is recommended that separate supplies be used for
both analog and digital domains. An additional supply is also
required to supply 3.3 V to the DUT, 3.3 V AVDD2. This should
also have a 1 A current capability. To operate the evaluation board
using the SPI and alternate clock and amplifier options, a separate
3.3 V analog supply is needed in addition to the other supplies.
The 3.3 V supply, or 3.3 V 3P3V_AVDD, should have a 1 A
current capability.
INPUT SIGNALS
When connecting the ADC clock and analog source, use clean
signal generators with low phase noise, such as Rohde & Schwarz
SMA or HP8644B signal generators or the equivalent. Use a 1 m
shielded, RG-58, 50 Ω coaxial cable for making connections to
the evaluation board. Enter the desired frequency and amplitude
(refer to the specifications in the AD9467 data sheet).
If a different or external ADC clock source is desired, follow the
instructions in the Clock Circuitry section or use the on-board
crystal oscillator, Y200. Typically, most Analog Devices, Inc.,
evaluation boards can accept ~2.8 V p-p or 13 dBm sine wave
input for the clock. When connecting the analog input source,
it is recommended to use a multipole, narrow-band band-pass
filter with 50 Ω terminations. Analog Devices uses TTE and
K&L Microwave, Inc., band-pass filters. The filter should be
connected directly to the evaluation board.
OUTPUT SIGNALS
The default setup uses the FIFO5 high speed, dual-channel
FIFO data capture board (HSC-ADC-EVALCZ). For more
information on this board and its optional settings, visit
http://www.analog.com/fifo.
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SIGNAL
SYNTHESIZER
CLOCK
INPUT
WALL OUTLET
100V TO 240V AC
47Hz TO 63Hz SWITCHING
POWER
SUPPLY
SWITCHING
POWER
SUPPLY
PC
RUNNING ADC
ANALYZER
OR VisualAnalog
USER SOFTWARE
ANALOG INPUT
SIGNAL
SYNTHESIZER
Figure 2. Evaluation Board Connection
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DEFAULT OPERATION AND
JUMPER SELECTION SETTINGS
This section explains the default and optional settings or modes
allowed on the evaluation board for the AD9467.
Power Circuitry
Connect the switching power supply that is supplied in the
evaluation kit between a rated 100 V ac to 240 V ac wall outlet
at 47 Hz to 63 Hz and P700.
Analog Input Front-End Circuit
The evaluation board is set up for single-ended analog input
connection with an optimum 50 Ω impedance match of
350 MHz of bandwidth. For a different bandwidth response,
the input network needs to be changed or modified.
XVREF
XVREF is set to 1.25 V. This causes the ADC to operate with
the default internal reference in the 2.5 V p-p full-scale range.
A separate external reference option using the ADR130 is also
included on the evaluation board. Populate R400 with a 0
resistor. Note that ADC full-scale ranges from 2.0 V p-p to
2.5 V p-p are supported by the AD9467.
Clock Circuitry
The default clock input circuitry is derived from a simple
transformer-coupled circuit using a high bandwidth 1:1
impedance ratio transformer (T201) that adds a very low amount
of jitter to the clock path. The clock input is 50 Ω terminated
and ac-coupled to handle single-ended sine wave types of inputs.
The transformer converts the single-ended input to a differential
signal that is clipped before entering the ADC clock inputs.
The evaluation board can be set up to be clocked from the
crystal oscillator, Y200. This oscillator is a low phase noise
oscillator from Vectron (VCC6-QCD-250M000). If this clock
source is desired, install C205 and C206 and remove C202. Jumper
P200 is used to disable the oscillator from running.
A differential LVPECL or LVDS clock driver can also be used to
clock the ADC input using the AD9517 (U300). Populate C304,
C305, C306, and C307 with 0.1 µF capacitors for one drive option
or the other and remove C209 and C210 to disconnect the default
clock path inputs. The AD9517 has many SPI-selectable options
that are set to a default mode of operation. Consult the AD9517
data sheet for more information about these and other options.
Dx+, Dx−
If an alternative data capture method to the setup shown in
Figure 2 is used, optional receiver terminations, R500 to R509, can
be installed next to the high speed backplane connector, P502.
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE QUICK START PROCEDURES
This section provides quick start procedures for using the AD9467,
either on the evaluation board or at the system level design.
Both the default and optional settings are described.
CONFIGURING THE BOARD
Before using the software for testing, configure the evaluation
board as follows:
1. Connect the evaluation board and the HSC-ADC-E VA L C Z
as shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2.
2. Connect one 6 V, 2.5 A switching power supply (such as
the CUI, Inc., EPS060250UH-PHP-SZ included) to the
evaluation board.
3. Connect one 6 V, 2.5 A switching power supply (such as
the CUI EPS060250UH-PHP-SZ included) to the HSC-
ADC-EVALCZ board.
4. Connect the USB cable to J6 on the HSC-ADC-EVALCZ
board to the PC.
5. On the evaluation board, place jumpers on all four pin
pairs of P600 to connect the SPI bus.
6. On the evaluation board, ensure that P200 is jumpered to
the off setting to use the on-board 250 MHz Vec tron VC C6
oscillator.
7. On the evaluation board, use a clean signal generator with
low phase noise to provide an input signal to the desired
channel. Use a 1 m, shielded, RG-58, 50 Ω coaxial cable
to connect the signal generator. For best results, use a
narrow-band band-pass filter with 50 Ω terminations
and an appropriate center frequency. (Analog Devices
uses TTE, Allen Avionics, and K&L band-pass filters.)
USING THE SOFTWARE FOR TESTING
Setting Up the ADC Data Capture
After configuring the evaluation board, set up the ADC data
capture block using the following steps:
1. Open VisualAnalog® on a PC. AD9467 should be listed in
the status bar of the New Canvas window. Select the
template that corresponds to the type of testing to be
performed (see Figure 3).
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Figure 3. VisualAnalog, New Canvas Dialog Box
2. After the template is selected, a message box opens, asking
if the default configuration can be used to program the
FPGA (see Figure 4). Click Ye s, and the window closes.
If a different program is desired, follow Step 3.
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Figure 4. VisualAnalog, New Canvas Message Box
3. To view different channels or change features to settings
other than the default settings, click the Expand Display
button located on the top right corner of the VisualAnalog
window, as shown in Figure 5 and Figure 6.
This process is described in the AN-905 Application Note,
VisualAnalog Converter Evaluation Tool Version 1.0 User
Manual. Once you are finished, click the Collapse Display
button.
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EXPAND DISPLAY BUTTON
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COLLAPSE DISPLAY BUTTON
Figure 6. VisualAnalog, Main Window Expanded Display
4. Program the FPGA of the HSC-ADC-EVALCZ board to a
setting other than the default setting as described in Step 3.
Then expand the VisualAnalog display and click the Settings
button in the ADC Data Capture block (see Figure 6). The
ADC Data Capture Settings box opens (see Figure 7).
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Figure 7. ADC Data Capture Settings, Capture Board Tab
5. Select the Capture Board tab and browse to the appropriate
programming file. Next, click Program; the DONE LED, D6,
in the HSC-ADC-EVALCZ board should then turn on.
6. Exit the ADC Data Capture Settings box by clicking OK.
Setting Up the SPI Controller
After the ADC data capture board setup has been completed,
set up the SPI Controller:
1. Open the SPI Controller software by going to the Start
menu or double-clicking the SPI Controller software
desktop icon. If prompted for a configuration file, select
the appropriate one. If not, check the title bar at the top of
the SPI Controller window to determine which configura-
tion is loaded. If necessary, choose Cfg Open from the File
menu and select the appropriate configuration. Note that
the CHIP ID(1) field should be filled to indicate whether
the correct SPI Controller configuration file is loaded (see
Figure 8).
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Figure 8. SPI Controller, CHIP ID(1) Box
2. Click the New DUT button in the SPI Controller (see
Figure 9).
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NEW DUT BUTTON
Figure 9. SPI Controller, New DUT Button
3. Click the Run button in the VisualAnalog toolbar (see
Figure 10).
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RUN BUTTON
Figure 10. VisualAnalog Window Toolbar, Run Button
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Applying Input Signal and Optimizing SFDR
Apply the input signal as follows:
1. Apply the input signal so that the fundamental is at the
desired level (examine the Fund Power reading in the left
panel of the VisualAnalog FFT window). See Figure 11
and Figure 12.
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Figure 11. VisualAnalog, FFT Graph, No Signal or Very Low Signal Applied
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Figure 12. VisualAnalog, FFT Graph, Full-Scale Signal Applied
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Figure 13. Typical FFT, AD9467 (No Buffer Current Optimization)
2. To optimize SFDR performance, use Register 36 and
Register 107 to change the buffer current setting. In the
ADCBase 0 tab of the SPI Controller, find the BUFFER(36)/
BUFFER(107) box. Use the drop-down list box to select
the best current, if necessary. See the AD9467 data sheet, the
AN-878 Application Note, and the AN-877 Application
Note for reference.
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Figure 14. SPI Controller, BUFFER(36)/BUFFER(107)
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Figure 15. SPI Controller, SPI Controller, BUFFER(36)/BUFFER(107) Drop-
Down Setting
Figure 16. Typical FFT, AD9467 (With Buffer Current Optimized)
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS AND ARTWORK
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ANALOGINPUTCIRCUITRY
L OR R
ON
AMP
L OR R
AIN
ENABLE
OFF
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DNI
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DNI
SMA-J-P-X-ST-EM1
SMA-J-P-X-ST-EM1
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R131
R134
R133
R130
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R123
R100
R101
R104
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R107
R110
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R117
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R105
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C115
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R116
R102
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C101
C100
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C106
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DNI
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DNI
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CLK
CLK
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OPTIONALOSCILLATOR
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ENABLE
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C206
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DECOUPLING
OPTIONAL CLOCK PATH CIRCUIT
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PECL
LVDS
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3
5
2
U400
66
67
47
51
48
49
57
PAD
40
39
6
5
45
43
4114
46
44
4213
3718
3817
27
28
30
29
26
25
24
23
22
21
36
35
34
33
32
31
20
19
50
16
10
69
68
65
64
12
11
9
8
7
4
3
72
71
70
63
62
2
61
60
59
58
56
55
54
53
52
15
1
DUT1
1
TP401
C436
AIN-
AIN+
CSB_DUT
SCLK_DUT
SDIO_DUT
OR_T
OR_C
DRVDD_DUT
D14/15_T
D14/15_C
D12/13_T
D12/13_C
D10/11_T
D10/11_C
D8/9_T
D8/9_C
DCO_T
DCO_C
D6/7_T
D6/7_C
D4/5_T
D4/5_C
D2/3_T
D2/3_C
D0/1_T
D0/1_C
DRVDD_DUT
CLK-
CLK+
AD9467BCPZ-250_PRELIM
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD2_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
FU1.0F
U
1
.0
DNI
0
DNI
0.1UF
ADR130AUJZ
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
GND
SET
VINVOUT
AGND
PAD
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD2
AVDD2
VIN_NEG
VIN_POS
AVDD2
AVDD2
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
REFERENCE
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
VDD3_SPI
CSB
SCLK
SDIO
VDD8_SPI
DVDD
DVSS
DVDD
DVSS
DVDD
DVSS
OR_T
OR_C
DRGND
DRVDD
D14_15_T
D14_15_C
D12_13_T
D12_13_C
D10_11_T
D10_11_C
D8_9_T
D8_9_C
DCO
DCO_
D6_7_T
D6_7_C
D4_5_T
D4_5_C
D2_3_T
D2_3_C
D0_1_T
D0_1_C
DRVDD
DRGND
AVSS
AVDD1
DVSS
DVDD
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVSS
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
ENC_
ENC
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
AVDD1
Figure 20. DUT Circuitry
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OPTIONAL TERMINATION
R509
R508
R507
R506
R505
R504
R503
R502
R501
R500
DNI
100
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
100
DNI
C_51/41DT_51/41D
C_31/21DT_31/21D
C_11/01DT_11/01D
C_9/8DT_9/8D
C_7/6DT_7/6D
C_5/4DT_5/4D
C_3/2DT_3/2D
C_1/0DT_1/0D
C_OCDT_OCD
C_ROT_RO
BG9
BG8
BG7
BG6
BG5
BG4
BG3
BG2
BG10
BG1
P501
DG9
DG8
DG7
DG6
DG5
DG4
DG3
DG2
DG10
DG1
P501
C9
C8
C7
C6
C5
C4
C3
C2
C10
C1
P501
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D10
D1
P501
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B10
B1
P501
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A10
A1
P501
DG9
DG8
DG7
DG6
DG5
DG4
DG3
DG2
DG10
DG1
P502
BG9
BG8
BG7
BG6
BG5
BG4
BG3
BG2
BG10
BG1
P502
C9
C8
C7
C6
C5
C4
C3
C2
C10
C1
P502
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D10
D1
P502
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B10
B1
P502
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A10
A1
P502
AD9517_CSB
CSB_USB
FPGA_CSB
FPGA_SDIO
FPGA_SCLK
SCLK_USB
SDI_USB
6469169-1
DCO_C
D2/3_C
D4/5_C
D8/9_C
D6/7_C
SDO_USB
D0/1_T
D14/15_C
D0/1_C
D12/13_C
OR_C
D6/7_T
D14/15_T
D12/13_T D10/11_C
D10/11_T
D2/3_T
D4/5_T
6469169-1
D8/9_T
OR_T
DCO_T
PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER PLUG HEADER
AGNDAGNDAGNDAGND
PLUG HEADER PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER PLUG HEADER
PLUG HEADER
Figure 21. Digital Output Interface
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SPICIRCUITRY
R605
4
6
5
2
3
1
U601
4
6
5
2
3
1
U600
R601
R600
C601
R604
C600
R603
R602
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
P600
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
AVDD1_DUT
NC7WZ07P6X
TSW-104-08-G-D
10K
1.00K
0.1UF
1.00K
0.1UF
10K
10K
NC7WZ16P6X
1.00K
AVDD_3P3V
AVDD_3P3V SCLK
CSB
CSB_USB
SCLK_USB
SDI_USB
SDO_USB
SDIO
Y2
Y1
A2
A1
GND
VCC
VCC
Y1A1
A2
GND
Y2
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGNDAGND
R611
R610
R609
R608
R607
R606
0
DNI
0
0
DNI
0
0
DNI
0
SCLK_DUT
SDIO_DUT
SCLK
SDIO
CSB_DUT
CSB
FPGA_CSB
FPGA_SCLK
FPGA_SDIO
Figure 22. SPI Interface Circuitry
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WALWARTPOWERSUPPLYCIRCUITRY
6VDC,2AMAX
OPTIONA LPOWER
CONNECTIONS
R704
R702
R701
R703
7
PAD
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
U700
7
PAD
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
U701
4
3
2
1
P701
4
3
2
1
P700
R700
A C
CR701
A
C
CR700
2
1
F700
3
2
1
J700
2
1
E707
2
1
E705
2
1
E704
2
1
E706
8
7
PAD
6
5
4
3
2
1
U702
8
7
PAD
6
5
4
3
2
1
U703
C708
C715
C710
C717
C713
C720
C718
C719
C716
C709
2
1
E702
2
1
E701
2
1
E700
2
1
E703
A C
CR705
A C
CR704
A C
CR703
N P
C714
AC
CR702
36
5
4
2
1
FL700
N P
C707
N P
C704
N P
C706
N P
C705
C703
C700 C701
C702
ADP1706ARDZ-3.3-R7
ADP1708ARDZ-R7
ADP1708ARDZ-R7
0.01UF0.01UF
0.1UF
0.1UF 0.1UF
0.1UF
750
45OHMS
4.7UF
1K
4.7UF
348
1K
PWR_IN2
Z5.531.3425.0
3P3V_AVDD
Z5.531.3425.0
DUT_AVDD2
DUT_DRVDD
45OHMS
45OHMS
DRVDD_DUT
10UF
AVDD2_DUT
10UF
AVDD_3P3V
AVDD1_DUT
DUT_AVDD1
45OHMS
10UF 10UF
45OHMS
249
45OHMS
DUT_AVDD1
DUT_AVDD2
DUT_DRVDD
PWR_IN3
4.7UF
4.7UF
45OHMS
PWR_IN2
S2A-TP
S2A-TP
2A
RAPC722X
10UF
BNX016-01
S2A-TPS2A-TP
S2A-TP
4.7UF
4.7UF
4.7UF
45OHMS
3P3V_AVDD
3NI_RWP2NI_RWP0NI_RWP PWR_IN1
PWR_IN3
4.7UF
ADP1706ARDZ-1.8-R7
PGND
AGND
PAD
ADJ
IN
GND1
SENSE
OUT
EN
IN2OUT2
PAD
ADJ
IN
GND1
SENSE
OUT
EN
IN2OUT2
SIG
SH2
SH1
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
PAD
SS
IN
GND1
SENSE
OUT
EN
IN2OUT2
PAD
SS
IN
GND1
SENSE
OUT
EN
IN2OUT2
AGND
AGND
Figure 23. Power Supply Circuitry
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Figure 24. Top (Layer 1)
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Figure 25. Ground (Layer 2)
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Figure 26. Power Plane (Layer 3)
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Figure 27. Ground Plane (Layer 4)
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Figure 28. Ground Plane (Layer 5)
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Figure 29. Power Plane (Layer 6)
mm 0 '8 2 8888888888 CD (I) (X) 00 C!) CD (I) oo 00 (D .nnu I . . 3333333333 8888888888
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Figure 30. Ground Plane (Layer 7)
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Figure 31. Bottom Side (Layer 8)
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ORDERING INFORMATION
BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 1.
Item Qty Reference Designator Description Manufacturer Part Number
1 1 9467CE01A PCB
2 38 C101, C102, C104, C105, C106, C107, C108,
C109, C110, C111, C201, C202, C204, C207,
C208, C209, C210, C302, C303, C313, C314,
C315, C316, C317, C318, C319, C320, C321,
C322, C323, C428, C431, C600, C601, C700,
C701, C702, C703
Capacitor, 0.1 µF, 0402, X7R,
ceramic
Murata GRM155R71C104KA88D
3 7 C112, C200, C704, C705, C706, C707, C714 Capacitor tantalum, 10 µF,
10 V, 10%, SMD
AVX TAJA106K010RNJ
4 1 C308 Capacitor, 1800 pF, 25 V,
ceramic, 0402, SMD
Panasonic ECJ-0EB1E182K
5 1 C309 Capacitor, ceramic, 0.033 µF,
10%, 16 V, X5R, 0402
Panasonic 0402YD333KAT2A
6 1 C310 Capacitor, 1500 pF, 0402,
25 V, ceramic, X7R
Panasonic ECJ-0EB1E152K
7 55 C400, C401, C402, C403, C404, C405, C406,
C407, C408, C409, C410, C411, C412, C413,
C414, C415, C416, C417, C418, C419, C420,
C421, C422, C423, C424, C425, C426, C427,
C429, C430, C432, C433, C434, C435, C437,
C438, C439, C440, C441, C442, C443, C444,
C445, C446, C447, C448, C449, C450, C451,
C452, C453, C454, C455, C456, C457
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.1 µF,
6.3 V, X5R, 0201
Murata GRM033R60J104KE19D
8 8 C708, C709, C710, C715, C716, C717, C718,
C720
Capacitor, ceramic, 4.7 µF,
6.3 V, X5R, 0603
Murata GRM188R60J475KE19D
9 2 C713, C719 Capacitor, 10,000 pF, 0402,
16 V, ceramic, X7R
Panasonic ECJ-0EB1C103K
10 1 C116 Capacitor, ceramic, 1.8 pF,
25 V, C0G 0201
Murata GRM0335C1E1R8CD01D
11 2 CR300, CR702 LED green USS type 0603 Panasonic LNJ314G8TRA
12 5 CR700, CR701, CR703, CR704, CR705 Rectifier SIL 2A 50 V DO-
214AA
Micro
Commercial
Components
Corp
S2A-TP
13 1 CR200 Diode Schottky dual series Avago HSMS-2812BLK
14 8 E700, E701, E702, E703, E704, E705, E706,
E707
Bead core 3.2 × 2.5 × 1.6
SMD T/R, 45 Ω @ 100 MHz
Panasonic EXCCL3225U1
15 1 F700 Polyswitch 1.10 A reset fuse
SMD
Tyco/Raychem NANOSMDC110F-2
16 1 FL700 EMI filter LC block choke coil Murata BNX016-01
17 3 J100, J102, J201 SMA, end launch, COAX Samtec SMA-J-P-H-ST-EM1
18 2 J300, P600 CONN-PCB header 8-pin
double row
Samtec TSW-104-08-T-D
19 1 J700 Power supply connector Switchcraft RAPC722X
20 1 L105 Inductor SM, 10 nH Coilcraft 0603CS-10NXJLW
21 3 P100, P200, P300 Conn-PCB BERG HDR ST
male 3P
Samtec TSW-103-08-G-S
22 2 P501, P502 CONN_PCB 60-pin RA
connector
Tyco 6469169-1
23 13 R107, R110, R123, R124, R125, R129, R310,
R312, R314, R315, R606, R608, R610
Resistor, 0 Ω, 0402, 1/16 W,
1%
Panasonic ERJ-2GE0R00X
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Item Qty Reference Designator Description Manufacturer Part Number
24 2 R117, R118 Resistor, 5.60 Ω, 1/16 W, 1%,
0402, SMD
Vishay/Dale CRCW04025R60FNED
25 2 R119, R120 Resistor, 15 Ω, 1/20 W, 5%,
0201, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-1GEJ150C
26 2 R206, R207 Resistor, 33 Ω, 1/10 W, 5%,
0402, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ330X
27 4 R105, R106, R111, R112 Resistor, 33 Ω, 1/10 W, 5%,
0402, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ330X
28 5 R200, R201, R600, R601, R602 Resistor, 10.0, 0402,
1/16 W, 1%
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF1002X
29 2 R127, R128 Resistor, 0.0 Ω, 1/20 W, 0201,
SMD
Panasonic ERJ-1GE0R00C
30 6 R204, R205, R303, R307, R308, R700 Resistor, 249 Ω, 0402,
1/16 W, 1%
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF2490X
31 10 R300, R304, R305, R306, R309, R603, R604,
R605, R701, R702
Resistor, 1.00, 0402,
1/16 W, 1%
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF1001X
32 1 R704 Resistor, 750 Ω, 1/10 W, 5%,
0402, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ751X
33 1 R703 Resistor, 316 Ω, 0402,
1/16 W, 1%
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF3160X
34 1 R301 Resistor, 4.12, 0402,
1/10 W, 1%
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF4121X
35 1 R302 Resistor, 5.1 kΩ, 0402,
1/16 W, 5%
Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ512X
36 1 R316 Resistor, 200 Ω, 1/10 W, 1%,
0402, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-2RKF2000X
37 2 R103, R130 Resistor, 20 Ω, 1/20 W, 5%,
0201, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-1GEJ200C
38 2 R311, R313 Resistor, 100 Ω, 1/10 W, 5%,
0402, SMD
Panasonic ERJ-2GEJ101X
39 2 T101, T104 XFMR, 1:1 impedance ratio Minicircuits ADT1-1WT+
40 2 T103, T200 Balun, 1:1 impedance ratio Macom MABA-007159-000000
41 1 T105 Balun, 1:1 impedance ratio Anaren BD0205F5050A00
42 1 DUT1 IC-ADI LFCSP 10 mm ×
10 mm plus EPAD
Analog Devices AD9467BCPZ-250
43 1 U100 IC 2.6 GHz ultralow
distortion differential IF/RF
amplifier
Analog Devices ADL5562ACPZ-R7
44 1 U300 IC-ADI 12-output CLK GEN
with INT 1.6 GHZ VCO
Analog Devices AD9517-4BCPZ
45 1 U400 IC, voltage ref, precision
series, SOT23_6
Analog Devices ADR130AUJZ
46 1 U600 IC tinylogic UHS dual buffer Fairchild NC7WZ07P6X
47 1 U601 IC tinylogic UHS dual buffer Fairchild NC7WZ16P6X
48 2 U700, U701 IC, regulator 0.8 V to 5.0 V,
low dropout CMOS, SO8
Analog Devices ADP1708ARDZ-R7
49 1 U702 IC-ADI low dropout CMOS
linear regulator
Analog Devices ADP1706ARDZ-3.3-R7
50 1 U703 IC-ADI low dropout CMOS
linear regulator
Analog Devices ADP1706ARDZ-1.8-R7
51 1 Y200 250 MHz, XTAL 3.3 V LVPECL
OSC
Vectron VCC6-QCD-250M000
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Item Qty Reference Designator Description Manufacturer Part Number
52 7 MP101, MP102, MP103, MP104, MP105,
MP106, MP107
Part of assembly, 100 mil
jumpers, place into P100
(Pin 2 to Pin 3), P200 (Pin 1
to Pin 2), J300 (Pin 3 to
Pin 4), P600 (Pin 1 to Pin 2,
Pin 3 to Pin 4, Pin 5 to Pin 6,
Pin 7 to Pin 8)
SAMTEC SNT-100-BK-G-H
53 4 MP111, MP112, MP113, MP114 Part of assembly, insert/
snap into the large holes
from the bottom side of
board, 14 mm height, dual
locking standoffs for circuit
board support
RICHCO CBSB-14-01
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NOTES
ESD Caution
ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive device. Charged devices and circuit boards can discharge without detection. Although this product features patented or proprietary protection
circuitry, damage may occur on devices subjected to high energy ESD. Therefore, proper ESD precautions should be taken to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality.
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