Texas Instruments unveils first quad-channel 16-bit, 100 MSPS ADC for faster, smaller medical imaging
Along with high performance, the quad-channel architecture, low power consumption of 380 mW/channel and small footprint of the ADS5263 allow engineers to design smaller, more compact medical imaging systems than were previously possible with existing single- or dual-channel devices. A non-magnetic package option allows for use in a strong magnetic field, such as in MRI machines.
In addition to medical imaging systems, the ADS5263 brings the same benefits to industrial instrumentation applications.
The company is providing a flexible environment for testing the ADS5263 under a variety of conditions, an evaluation module (EVM) is available. The ADS5263EVM is priced at $299.
An IBIS model to verify board signal integrity requirements is also available.
The ADS5263 is available now in two 9-mm x 9-mm QFN package options. The regular package for high-resolution, high-speed medical and industrial applications without a magnetic field is priced at $236.50 in quantities of 1,000. The non-magnetic package option for applications with a magnetic field, such as MRI machines, is priced at $385.50 in quantities of 1,000.
More information about the ADS5263 ADC at