Designing Power Supplies for High-speed A/D Converter Applications
The quality of the power supply should be a key consideration in high-speed A/D converter IC applications. The noise contribution of the supply directly impacts the dynamic performance achieved by the converter stage. This presentation will provide an in-depth look inside the ADC’s supply pins, analyze the impact of supply ripple on converter performance, define power supply-related specifications, and provide layout and application guidelines for achieving optimum supply voltages.
Topics covered in this webinar include:
– A look inside an ADC’s power supply pins
– Typical PSRR analysis and calculations
– Bench testing an ADC’s PSRR
– Power supply noise analysis techniques
– Power supply design guidelines and suggestions
Who should attend this webinar:
Engineers who are designing with high-speed A/D converter ICs, or those who specify power supplies for converter applications.
Rob Reeder Senior Converter Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, Inc.
Rob Reeder is a senior converter applications engineer working in the high-speed signal-processing group at Analog Devices, Inc., (www.analog.com) in Greensboro, NC. He has worked for the company since 1998, and is responsible for development and support on high-speed ADCs (analog-to-digital converters). Rob received his MSEE and BSEE from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL.
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