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ADC08161BIN 500 ns A/D Converter with S/H Function and 2.5V Bandgap Reference National-Semiconductor
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Application Information (Continued)
The voltage at VREF− sets the input level that produces a
digital output of all zeroes. Through VIN is not itself differen-
tial, the reference design affords nearly differential-input ca-
pability for some measurement applications. Figure 7 shows
one possible differential configuration.
It should be noted that, while the two VREF inputs are fully
differential, the digital output will be zero for any analog input
voltage if VREF− VREF+.
The ADC08161’s analog input circuitry includes an analog
switch with an “on” resistance of 70and a 1.4 pF capacitor
(Figure 7). The switch is closed during the A/D’s input signal
acquisition time (while WR is low when using the WR-RD
Mode). A small transient current flows into the input pin each
time the switch closes. A transient voltage, whose magnitude
can increase as the source impedance increases, may be
present at the input. So long as the source impedance is less
than 500, the input voltage transient will not cause errors
and need not be filtered.
Large source impedances can slow the charging of the
sampling capacitors and degrade conversion accuracy.
Therefore, only signal sources with output impedances less
than 500should be used if rated accuracy is to be
achieved at the minimum sample time (100 ns maximum). A
signal source with a high output impedance should have its
output buffered with an operational amplifier. Any ringing or
voltage shifts at the op amp’s output during the sampling
period can result in conversion errors.
Some suggested input configurations using the internal 2.5V
reference, an external reference, and adjusting the input
span are shown in Figure 8.
Correct conversion results will be obtained for input voltages
greater than GND − 100 mV and less than V+ + 100 mV. Do
not allow the signal source to drive the analog input pin more
than 300 mV higher than V+, or more than 300 mV lower
than GND. The current flowing through any analog input pin
should be limited to 5 mA or less to avoid permanent dam-
age to the IC if an analog input pin is forced beyond these
voltages. The sum of all the overdrive currents into all pins
must be less than 20 mA. Some sort of protection scheme
should be used when the input signal is expected to extend
more than 300 mV beyond the power supply limits. A simple
protection network using resistors and diodes is shown in
Figure 9.
An important benefit of the ADC08161’s input architecture is
the inherent sample-and-hold (S/H) and its ability to mea-
sure relatively high speed signals without the help of an
external S/H. In a non-sampling converter, regardless of its
speed, the input must remain stable to at least 12 LSB
throughout the conversion process if full accuracy is to be
maintained. Consequently, for many high speed signals, this
signal must be externally sampled and held stationary during
the conversion.
The ADC08161 is suitable for DSP-based systems because
of the direct control of the S/H through the WR signal. The
WR input signal allows the A/D to be synchronized to a DSP
system’s sampling rate or to other ADC08161s.
The ADC08161 can perform accurate conversions of
full-scale input signals at frequencies from DC to more than
300 kHz (full power bandwidth) without the need of an ex-
ternal sample-and-hold (S/H).
The ADC08161 has an internal bandgap 2.5V reference that
can be used as the VREF+ input. A parallel combination of a
0.1 µF ceramic capacitor and a 220 µF tantalum capacitor
should be used to bypass the VREFOUT pin. This reduces
possible noise pickup that could cause conversion errors.
In order to ensure fast, accurate conversions from the
ADC08161, it is necessary to use appropriate circuit board
layout techniques. Ideally, the analog-to-digital converter’s
ground reference should be low impedance and free of noise
from other parts of the system. Digital circuits can produce a
great deal of noise on their ground returns and, therefore,
should have their own separate ground lines. Best perfor-
mance is obtained using separate ground planes should be
provided for the digital and analog parts of the system.
The analog inputs should be isolated from noisy signal
traces to avoid having spurious signals couple to the input.
Any external component (e.g., an input filter capacitor) con-
nected across the inputs should be returned to a very clean
ground point. Incorrectly grounding the ADC08161 may re-
sult in reduced conversion accuracy.
The V+ supply pin, VREF+, and VREF− (if not grounded)
should be bypassed with a parallel combination of a 0.1 µF
ceramic capacitor and a 10 µF tantalum capacitor placed as
close as possible to the pins using short circuit board traces.
See Figures 8, 9.
FIGURE 7. ADC08161 Equivalent Input Circuit Model
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