Fmc144-eight channel 250MSPS 14BIT AD FMC sub-card

Item No.: 144
1. The overview of the board card
FMC144 is an FMC card with an eight-channel analog-to-digital converter (ADC). It has a 14bit resolution and a maximum sampling rate of 250Msps.The clock configuration chip is AD9516-1, which can be provided by either an on-board 10MHz clock or an external clock.FMC144 adopts HPC connector and the input signal is differential pair signal.Based on ADS62P49, FMC144 has low power consumption and high dynamic performance. It is suitable for multicarrier wide-band communication applications, and also suitable for applications requiring high sampling rate and high precision analog-to-digital conversion applications, such as the design of acquisition CARDS in signal acquisition applications.

2.Performance index
The function of the board card Parameters Contents
ADC Chip type ADS62P49
Channel amount Eight channel ADC
Sampling rate 250Msps
Data bits 14bit
Digital interface DDR LVDS
Analog interface AC coupling
Analog input ±1V
Analog standard 50Ω
DAC PLL chip  
Clock The on-board crystal AD9516-1
External input clock 10MHz temperature-compensation crystal oscillator(TCXO) VCXO
Channel amount Default 10MHz3.3V LVTTL electrical level
External trigger Electrical level One channel input
external synchronization Parameters 3.3V LVTTL electrical level
Connector type FMC-HPC ASP-134488-01
  Front panel Ten channel SSMB
Standard FMC  ANSI/VITA 57.1 - 2008
Size 69X76.5mm
Weight within heat sink
Power supply +12V@1A
Power consumption 8W
Working temperature Industrial  -20℃ to +70℃
Support motherboard Xilinx board V6V7KUVU ZYNQZU development board
Orihard board 13627036728833027439


3. Software content
Provide ISE or Vivado version of FMC interface AD input or DA output, clock configuration, external trigger access reference test program, supported FPGA model or board card see the instruction table.


4.Application of the board card
The board card is configured with FPGA motherboard for acquisition scenes of analog signal, radio, photoelectric and rad.