K-band capable digital-to-analog converter

K-band capable digital-to-analog converter

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Claimimg to be the first DAC to perform signal generation directly in the K-band frequency (18 GHz to 27 GHz), the EV12DS460 removes the need for signal up-conversion and the costly mixers that perform this task. RF applications operating at higher bands will benefit from system simplification through size, weight and power (SWaP) savings, meeting growing demands to reduce the cost of system ownership.

With an ability to operate in the previously up-converted K-band frequency, the EV12DS460 contains the largest choice of DAC settings to optimize performance up to 26.5 GHz. It is also equipped with four output operating modes and includes an option for program pulse shaping, making it proficient at handling the most specific of RF applications.

Laurent Monge, Vice President of Semiconductors at e2v, commented, “Removing up-conversion stages in our customers’ systems operating up to K-band will help them to significantly simplify system design. We’ve always pushed the limits of signal conversion technology since developing the world’s first microwave frequency capable data converter, and the EV12DS460 is evidence of this.”

Each packaging option for the EV12DS460 guarantees dynamic performance across different temperature ranges, including military grade at -55°C to 125°C, offering a powerful and versatile data conversion solution.

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