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14-Bit, 80 MSPS Analog-to-Digital Converter (Rev. D)
Texas Instruments

The ADS5542 is a high-performance, 14-bit, 80 MSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC). To provide a complete converter solution, it includes a high-bandwidth linear sample-and-hold stage (S&H) and internal reference. Designed for applications demanding the highest speed and highest dynamic performance in little space, the ADS5542 has excellent power consumption of 545 mW at 3.3-V single-supply voltage. This allows an even higher system integration density. The provided internal reference simplifies system design requirements. Parallel CMOS-compatible output ensures seamless interfacing with common logic.The ADS5542 is available in a 64-pin TQFP PowerPAD package over the industrial temperature range -40C to 85C.
14-Bit Resolution80 MSPS Sample RateHigh SNR: 72.9 dBFS at 100 MHz fINHigh SFDR: 88 dBc at 100 MHz fIN2.3-VPP Differential Input VoltageInternal Voltage Reference3.3-V Single-Supply VoltageAnalog Power Dissipation: 545 mWSerial Programming InterfaceTQFP-64 PowerPAD? PackageRecommended Amplifiers: OPA695, OPA847, THS3201, THS3202, THS4503, THS4509, THS9001APPLICATIONSWireless CommunicationCommunication ReceiversBase Station InfrastructureTest and Measurement InstrumentationSingle and Multichannel Digital ReceiversCommunication InstrumentationRadar, InfraredVideo and ImagingMedical Equipment PowerPAD is a trademark of Texas Instruments

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