Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of HardwareUsersGuides/AnalogBoard_v1.1/DtoA


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    8 There are 4 channels of Digital-to-Analog conversion available on the Analog Board. These are all in parallel and not interleaved (although they can be, if needed). This analog conversion is done by two dual-port, 125MSPS, 14bit DACs provided by Analog Devices ([http://www.analog.com/en/prod/0%2C2877%2CAD9767%2C00.html AD9767]).
     8There are 4 channels of Digital-to-Analog conversion available on the Analog Board. This analog conversion is done by two dual-port, 125MSPS, 14bit DACs provided by Analog Devices ([http://www.analog.com/en/prod/0%2C2877%2CAD9767%2C00.html AD9767]). These are all in parallel and not interleaved (although they can be, if needed). The clock requirement for the chips are met by an onboard oscillator chip.
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     10The outputs are provided on standard MCX jacks. The top four jacks are used for analog output. They are labeled DAC1 Chan A,B and DAC2 Chan A,B from top to bottom. The maximum output voltage is 2V p-p.