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AD9833 Programmable Waveform Generator

Analog Devices’ direct digital synthesis (DDS) devices are designed for test sensing applications

Image of Analog Devices AD9833 Programmable Waveform GeneratorADI’s AD9833 is a programmable waveform generator producing triangular, square, and sine wave outputs which is ideal for sensing, actuation, and time domain reflectometry applications. Both the frequency and phase are programmable with 3-wire serial peripheral interface (SPI). This generator requires no external components to operate which reduces board space and cost. The AD9833 comes in an MSOP-10 package and it has various operational temperature range options available, up to -55°C to +125°C. The AD9833 is perfect for test and medical equipment where sensing applications of proximity, motion, and defect detection is needed.

Features
  • Digitally programmable frequency and phase
  • No external components required
  • SPI interface
  • Power-down option resolution (bits): 10 b
  • Master fclk: 25 MHz 
  • Tuning word width (bits): 28 d
  • Voltage supply: 2.3 V to 5.5 V
  • Operating temperature range: -40°C to +105°C, -40°C to +125°C, -55°C to +125°C
  • Package/case: 10-MSOP
Applications
  • Test and medical equipment
  • Liquid and gas flow measurement
  • Proximity, motion, and defect detection
  • Time domain reflectometry (TDR) application

Evaluation Board

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionTypeFunctionEmbeddedAvailable QuantityView Details
BOARD EVAL FOR AD9833EVAL-AD9833SDZBOARD EVAL FOR AD9833TimingDirect Digital Synthesis (DDS)No16 - ImmediateView Details

AD9833 Programmable Waveform Generator

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IC DDS 25MHZ 10BIT 10MSOPAD9833BRMZIC DDS 25MHZ 10BIT 10MSOP1008 - ImmediateView Details
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Published: 2017-05-10