The ADC IP is a general-purpose sigma-delta converter and it is configurable for conversion speed and power consumption with adaptable oversampling ratio.
It is built using typical second order architecture using correlated-double-sampling method. The target application is sampling of transient input voltages with 8kS/s with
low-power and 192kS/s respectively.
The ADC IP includes reference voltage generation (optional) and 4-to-1 input multiplexer (optional) providing 4 differential input channels.
The ADC is silicon proven and in mass production using the XFAB XH018 process. Measurement results and samples are available.
Fraunhofer IIS provides a detailed documentation and support for the IP integration. Modifications, extensions and technology ports of the IP are available on request.
- Resolution: 15 bit
- Conversion rate: 192 kSps
- Power consumption: 4.6 mW @ 1.8V
- ENOB: 10 bit
- Operation clock: 12.3 MHz
- Input voltage range: ± 1.0V
- Operating temperature -40 – 175°C
- Accelerated design service
- Design safety (first-time-right)
- Customer-specific flexible IPs
- Automated DfR and verification
- Seamless technology migration
- GDSII data
- Simulation model
- Integration and customizing support
Block Diagram of the 15 Bit 192 kS/s Sigma-Delta ADC IP Core