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TI bolsters ultra-low-power, high-speed, ADC family with eight dual-channel devices from 65 to 250 MSPS

DALLAS July 21, 2011

Key features and benefits of the ADS42xx family

  • The 14-bit ADS4246 uses 332 mW total power at 160 MSPS, 35-percent less power than its closest competitor. The family provides options down to 92 mW per channel to reduce board heating and operating costs.
  • Pin-compatible 12- and 14-bit options, with speeds ranging from 65 to 250 MSPS, enable customers to move to higher resolutions and sample rates without redesigning the board.
  • Pin-compatible with 11-bit, 200-MSPS ADS58C28, providing a license-free export option with up to 65 MHz of high-performance RF channel bandwidth at input frequencies over 200 MHz.
  • 6-dB programmable gain option provides the flexibility needed to achieve a high signal-to-noise ratio of up to 73.6 decibel full scale (dBFS) and spurious free dynamic range (SFDR) of up to 91 dBc for high receive sensitivity in 3G/LTE wireless infrastructure.

Tools and support

TI offers a variety of tools and support to speed development with the ADS42xx family, including:

Availability and packaging

The ADS42xx family is offered in a 64-pin QFN package. 1,000-unit pricing and availability for the new devices follow below.


125 MSPS

160 MSPS

250 MSPS

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SOURCE Texas Instruments Incorporated

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