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DAC5687 16-BIT, 500 MSPS 2?8 INTERPOLATING DUAL-CHANNEL DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTER (DAC) Texas-Instruments
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SLWS164E – FEBRUARY 2005 – REVISED SEPTEMBER 2006
Once initialized, the FIFO input pointer advances using clk_in and the output pointer advances using clk_out,
providing an elastic buffering effect. The phase relationship between clk_in and clk_out can wander or drift until
the output pointer overruns the input pointer or vice versa.
Even/Odd Input Mode
The DAC5687 has a double data rate input mode that allows both input ports to be used to multiplex data onto
one DAC channel (A). In the even/odd mode, the FIR3 filter can be used to interpolate the data by 2×. The
even/odd input mode is enabled by setting half_rate in CONFIG3. The maximum input rate for each port is 250
MSPS, for a combined rate of 500 MSPS.
Synchronization
The DAC5687 has several digital circuits that can be synchronized to a known state. The circuits that can be
synchronized are the fine mixer (NCO), coarse mixer (fixed fS/2 or fS/4 mixer), the FIFO input and output
pointers, and the internal clock divider.
Clock
Mode
Single
external
clock
without
FIFO
Single
external
clock with
FIFO
Dual
external
clock
without
FIFO
Dual
external
clock with
FIFO
PLL
enabled
Table 13. Synchronization in Different Clock Modes
PLLVDD
Pin
0V
0V
0V
Serial Interface Register Bits
fifo_bypass dual_clk inv_plllock
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
DA, DB,
PHSTR, and
TXENABLE
Latch
PLLLOCK
rising edge
PLLLOCK
falling edge
PLLLOCK
rising edge
PLLLOCK
falling edge
CLK1/CLK1C
Description
Signal at the PLLLOCK output pin is used to clock the
PHSTR signal into the chip. The PLLLOCK output
clock is generated by dividing the CLK2/CLK2C input
signal by the programmed interpolation and interface
settings.
Signal at the PLLLOCK output pin is used to clock the
PHSTR signal into the chip. The PLLLOCK output
clock is generated by dividing the CLK2/CLK2C input
signal by the programmed interpolation and interface
settings. Enabling the FIFO allows the chip to function
with large loads on the PLLLOCK output pin at high
input rates. The FIFO must be initialized first in this
mode.
The CLK1/CLK1C input signal is used to clock in the
PHSTR signal. CLK1/CLK1C and CLK2/CLK2C are
both input to the chip, and the phase relationship
must be tightly controlled.
0V
0
3.3 V
1
1
1
CLK1/CLK1C The CLK1/CLK1C input signal is used to clock in the
PHSTR signal. CLK1/CLK1C and CLK2/CLK2C are
both input to the chip, but no phase relationship is
required. The FIFO input circuits are used to manage
the clock domain transfers. The FIFO must be
initialized in this mode.
0
0
CLK1/CLK1C The CLK1/CLK1C input signal is used to clock in the
PHSTR signal. The FIFO must be bypassed when the
PLL is enabled.
NCO Synchronization
The phase accumulator in the NCO block (see the Fine Mixer (FMIX) section and Figure 39 for a description of
the NCO) can be synchronously reset when PHSTR is asserted. The PHSTR signal passes through the input
FIFO block, using the input clock associated with the clocking mode. If the FIFO is enabled, there can be some
uncertainty in the exact instant the PHSTR synchronization signal arrives at the NCO accumulator due to the
elastic capabilities of the FIFO. For example, in dual-clock mode with the FIFO enabled, the internal clock
generator divides down the CLK2/CLK2C input signal to generate the FIFO output clock. The phase of this
generated clock is unknown externally, resulting in an uncertainty of the exact PHSTR instant of as much as a
few input clock cycles.
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