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Learn About ADX4 IP to Improve ADC RF Performance at Any Input Frequency and Temperature

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6/13/22 10:20 am to 6/19/22 EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: Learn About ADX4 IP to Improve ADC RF Performance at Any Input Frequency and Temperature

Date: OnDemand

Sponsored by: Teledyne e2v Semiconductors

Presented by: Stéphane Breysse, Applications Engineer at Teledyne e2v Semiconductors

Abstract:
Learn about ADX4 IP to improve RF performance of microwave ADC EV12AQ600 or 605 cancelling time interleaving spurs by real time post processing treatment in a FPGA at any input frequency and temperature.

This tutorial video explains how to create a Vivado project to implement ADX4 IP on a Kintex Ultrascale FPGA starting from a VHDL design example and using EV12AQ600-ADX-EVM demo board. This tutorial also delivers all steps to load the FPGA bitstream, retrieve sample data processed by the ADX4 IP using Vivado and analyze SFDR performance using a python Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Presenter Bio:
Stéphane is a senior applications engineer in charge of high-Speed data converters and of the ESIstream high speed serial interface protocol used on latest Teledyne e2v ADC and DAC since 2019. He is passionate about FPGAs and embedded systems on which he acquired a solid experience after working 10 years as an R&D engineer. Stéphane graduated from Grenoble INP - ESISAR in France in 2010.

Presenter Bio:
Stéphane is a senior applications engineer in charge of high-Speed data converters and of the ESIstream high speed serial interface protocol used on latest Teledyne e2v ADC and DAC since 2019. He is passionate about FPGAs and embedded systems on which he acquired a solid experience after working 10 years as an R&D engineer.

Stéphane graduated from Grenoble INP - ESISAR in France in 2010.

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