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Table 1. EVM-Compatible Device Data Sheets
ADS7953, ADS7952, ADS7951, ADS7950, ADS7957, ADS7956,
ADS7955, ADS7954, ADS7961, ADS7960, ADS7959, ADS7958
ADS7953EVM/ADS7957EVM/ADS7961 EVM Features:
Contains all support circuitry needed for the ADS7953/ADS7957/ADS7961
Voltage reference options: external or onboard
Buffer options: onboard analog input buffer can be bypassed
GPIO access with HI or LO alarm options to interrupt host processor
Compatible with the TI Modular EVM System
Easy-to-use evaluation software for Microsoft
Data collection to text files
Built-in analysis tools including scope, FFT, and histogram displays
Complete control of board settings
Easily expandable with new analysis plug-in tools from Texas Instruments
For use with a computer, the ADS79xxEVM Performance Demonstration Kit (PDK) is available. This kit
combines the ADS7953EVM, ADS7957EVM or ADS7961EVM board with the TMS320VC5507
DSP-based MMB0 motherboard, and includes ADCPro
™ software for evaluation.
The MMB0 motherboard allows the ADS79xxEVM to be connected to the computer via an available USB
port. This manual shows how to use the MMB0 as part of the ADS79xxEVM-PDK, but does not provide
technical details about the MMB0 itself.
ADCPro is a program for collecting, recording, and analyzing data from ADC evaluation boards. It is based
on a number of plug-in programs, so it can be expanded easily with new test and data collection plug-ins.
The ADS79xxEVM-PDK is controlled by a plugin running in ADCPro. For more information about ADCPro,
see the ADCPro Analog-to-Digital Converter Evalutation Software Users Guide, available for download
from the TI website.
This manual covers the operation of all three ADS7953, ADS7957 and ADS7961 devices refered to as the
ADS79xxEVM and the ADS79xxEVM-PDK. Throughout this document, the abbreviation EVM and the term
evaluation module are synonymous with the ADS79xxEVM. For clarity of reading, the rest of this manual
will refer only to the ADS7953EVM or ADS7953EVM-PDK. The individual kit contains one ADS7953EVM,
ADS7957EVM or ADS7961EVM, but operation of the EVM and kit for the ADS7957 or ADS7961 is
identical, unless otherwise noted.
The ADS7953EVM is an evaluation module built to the TI Modular EVM System specification. It can be
connected to any of the modular EVM system interface cards available from Texas Instruments.
The ADS7953EVM is available as a stand-alone printed circuit board (PCB) or as part of the
ADS7953EVM-PDK, which includes an MMB0 motherboard and software. As a stand-alone PCB, the
ADS7953EVM is useful for prototyping designs and firmware.
Note that the ADS7953EVM has no microprocessor and cannot run software. To connect it to a computer,
some type of host processor interface capable of generating the necessary control signals is required.
– January 2009 – Revised May 2011
ADS79xxEVM and ADS79xxEVM-PDK
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