Leverage Proven Analog I/O Designs for FPGAs and Get to Market Faster with High Precision and High-Speed Data Acquisition System

15 SEPTEMBER 2014

Maxim Integrated’s powerful and easy-to-use GUI simplifies designs for precision signal chain applications.

FPGA engineers can quickly evaluate and validate their FPGA-based control systems and get to market faster, using the high-speed MAXREFDES74# 18-bit data acquisition system (DAS) reference design from Maxim Integrated Products.
Achieving high-precision, high-speed digital control loops is a challenge for designers. But now the MAXREFDES74# DAS provides an 18-bit acquisition analog input and output front end for applications demanding high precision and high-speed data conversion based on FPGA digital processing. The MAXREFDES74# plugs directly into a standard FPGA I/O expansion (FMC) and is fully equipped with complete hardware, firmware for Zynq FPGAs, Maxim’s easy-to-use PC-GUI, and Gerber files.
The MAXREFDES74# is a ready-made solution for analog inputs and outputs built for FPGA-based systems. It is flexible and applicable for a wide range of industrial and medical applications, including test and measurement, instrumentation, industrial automation and process control markets.

Key Advantages
• Ease of design and faster time-to-market: high performance proven design and GUI simplifies system validation, calibration, and data analysis, offering a complete solution to optimize performance.
• Flexibility: pin compatible 16- or 18-bit signal path ICs provide the ability to tune designs for a variety of FPGA systems in different applications.
• High precision and high speed: 16- and 18-bit solutions provide excellent precision and accuracy; an integrated fast SAR data converter enables high speed data conversion.

Maxim Integrated
www.maximintegrated.com

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