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VIRTUAL EVALUATION BOARD EASY START WITH ADIsimADC
Completed installation of ADC Analyzer, Version 4.5.17 or
ADIsimADC product model files for the desired converter.
Models are not installed with the software, but they can be
downloaded from the ADIsimADC Virtual Evaluation
Board website at no charge.
No hardware is required. However, if you wish to compare
results of a real evaluation board and the model, you can switch
easily between the two, as outlined in the following Easy Start
EASY START STEPS
To get ADC model files, go to www.analog.com/ADIsimADC
for the product of interest. Download the product of
interest to a local drive. The default location is c:\program
Start ADC Analyzer (see the ADC Analyzer User Manual).
From the menu, click Config > Buffer > Model as the
buffer memory. In effect, the model functions in place of
the ADC and data capture hardware.
After selecting the model, click the Model button (located
next to the Stop button) to select and configure which
converter is to be modeled. A dialog box appears in the
workspace, where you can select and configure the
behavior of the model.
In the ADC Modeling dialog box, click the Device tab and
then click the
button, adjacent to the dialog
box. This opens a file browser and displays all of the
models found in the default directory: c:\program
files\adc_analyzer\models. If no model files are found,
follow the on-screen directions or see Step 1 to install
available models. If you have saved the models somewhere
other than the default location, use the browser to navigate
to that location and select the file of interest.
From the menu, click Config > FFT. In the FFT
dialog box, ensure that the Encode
is set for a valid rate for the simulated device
under test. If set too low or too high, the model does not run.
Once a model has been selected, information about the
model displays on the Device tab of the ADC Modeling
dialog box. After ensuring that you have selected the right
model, click the Input tab. This lets you configure the
input to the model. Click either Sine Wave or Two Tone
for the input signal.
Click Time Data (left-most button under the pull-down
menus). A reconstruction of the analog input is displayed.
The model can now be used just as a standard evaluation
board would be.
The model supports additional features not found when
testing a standard evaluation board. When using the
modeling capabilities, it is possible to sweep either the
analog amplitude or the analog frequency. For more
information consult the ADC Analyzer User Manual at
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