14-Bit, +3.3V, 210/130MSPS High Speed D/A Converter Evaluation Boards


The ISL5x61EVAL1 and EVAL2 evaluation boards (ISL5961EVAL1, ISL5961EVAL2, ISL5761EVAL1, ISL5761EVAL2, ISL5861EVAL1, ISL5861EVAL2) provide a quick and easy method for evaluating the ISL5761, ISL5861 and ISL5961 (10-, 12-, or 14-bit), 130/210MSPS high speed DACs. EVAL1 is populated with an SOIC package and EVAL2 is populated with a TSSOP package. The board is configured so that the converter outputs differential current into a transformer circuit to form an output voltage. The amount of current out of the DAC is determined by an external resistor and either an internal or external reference voltage. The CMOS digital inputs have optional external termination resistors. The evaluation board includes a ribbon cable digital interface that is compatible with Intersil DUC (Digital Up Converter) evaluation boards like the ISL5217.

Key Features

  • 210MSPS 10-, 12- or 14-Bit CMOS DAC
  • Transformer-Coupled or Single-Ended SMA Outputs
  • Interface compatible to the ISL5217 Digital Up Converter allows complete Baseband-to-IF Demonstration


  • Cellular Infrastructure
  • BWA Infrastructure
  • Medical/Test Instrumentation
  • Wireless Communication Systems
  • High Resolution Imaging Systems
  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

ISL5x61EVAL1 High Speed D/A Converter Eval Board

ISL5x61EVAL1 High Speed D/A Converter Eval Board

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