VadaTech Inc.
Dessie O'Neal
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The AMC529 provides two Analog Devices AD9129. Each chip core is based on a quad switch architecture that enables dual-edge clocking operation, effectively increasing the DAC update rate to 5.7 GSPS when configured for Mix-Mode or 2x interpolation. The high dynamic range and bandwidth enable multi-carrier generation up to 4.2 GHz. The on-board Virtex-7 690T provides signal processing capability for complex waveform generation, appropriate for applications such as SDR, ATE and jamming.

The AMC ports 12-15 and 17-20 are optionally routed to the FPGA from the AMC connector, providing the user with flexibility to support custom high-bandwidth interconnects between compatible FPGA modules (depending on backplane capabilities). The FPGA is supported byFLASH memory for boot image storage, four banks of QDR-II+ for fast data buffering and a further bank of DDR3 for local data.

TCLKA-D are routed to the FPGA via an on-board clock and jitter cleaner while FCLK is routed directly. The module includes a very flexible clocking sub-system, supporting internal or external (backplane or FMC connector) clock source with internal PLL/jitter cleaner.

The AMC529 is available in both air-cooled (MTCA.0 and MTCA.1) and rugged conduction cooled(MTCA.2 or MTCA.3) versions.
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