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  1. Guest

    I need high speed (around 100MSPS) ADC and DACs, these should be
    interfaced with any Microcontroller or DSP for Broadband Applications.
    Please inform if any.
  2. Roger

    Roger Guest

    How many bits, or how many db, how many channels?

    For straightforward SA's at 12 bits with SPI interfaces, Microchip is
    probably your cheapest bet.

    But I think you may like to look at the Analog Devices website. Here
    you will find Analog Microcontrollers (12bit ADC's and DACS in a chip
    with an ARM7 40MIPS core, for example), or look at thier DSP chain
    where you will find ADC's designed to synchronously feed the DSPs.

    Trouble AD is they are hell bent on using the most awkward chip
    packages possible. You may like to have a look at TIs similiar
    offerings for ADCs and DSP cahins, don't think they have anything like
    the analog microcontrollers (yet).
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