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In AD9779 datasheet, The default settings for the evaluation board allow the user to view the differential outputs through a transformer that converts the DAC output signal to a single-ended signal. On the evaluation board, these transformers are designated T1A, T2A, T3A, and T4A. There are also four common-mode (...)
In AD9779 datasheet, The default settings for the evaluation board allow the user to view the differential outputs through a transformer that converts the DAC output signal to a single-ended signal. On the evaluation board, these transformers are designated T1A, T2A, T3A, and T4A. There are also four common-mode (...)
The usb port has four connections, +5Volts at up to 500mA, GROUND and 2 high speed low voltage differential signal lines. You could not do this with a direct connection to the usb port. The only way to do it would be to use a Micro with an inbuilt usb interface programed to output the pulses. Microchip have pic chips that could do this. (...)
Hello all, Just a conceptual question here: What is the difference in application between a four terminal floating nullor circuit (FTFN), and a fully differential opamp? They both have two input terminals, and two output terminals. --> Are there certain kinds of circuits that one would work, where the other would not?