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Part Name(s) : STM8A STM8A/128-EVAL
ST-Microelectronics
STMicroelectronics
Description : STM8A/128-EVAL evaluation board

Description
The STM8AXX evaluation board STM8A/128-EVAL is designed as a complete development platform for the STM8 core-based STM8AXX microcontroller with CAN2.0A/B compliant interface, I2C, SPI, two UART channels with smartcard, IrDA and LIN support, internal 2 Kbyte data Flash and 128 Kbyte Flash program memory, SWIM debugging support.
The full range of hardware features helps you to evaluate all peripherals (including motor control, CAN, micro SD Card, smartcard, UART, LIN, IrDA) and develop your own applications. Extension headers make it possible to easily connect a daughterboard or wrapping board for your specific application.

Features
■ Two 5 V power supply options: power jack or daughterboard
■ Audio play and record
■ 1 Gbyte or more micro SD Card™
■ Both A and B type smartcard support
■ 64 Kbit I2C EEPROM
■ 2 channels of RS-232 communication
■ IrDA transceiver
■ 2 channels of LIN communication
■ CAN2.0A/B compliant connection
■ Inductor motor control connector
■ SWIM and STice debug support
■ 122x32 dot-matrix serial interface LCD module
■ Joystick with 4-direction control and selector
■ Reset, Wakeup, Tamper and User button
■ 4 LEDs
■ Extension connector for daughterboard or wrapping board

Description : evaluation board User Guide

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The EVAL-AD575xSDZ is a full-featured evaluation board that is designed to allow the user to easily evaluate all features of the AD5755, AD5755-1, or AD5757, quad channel, 16-bit current source and voltage output DAC with dynamic power control and HART connectivity. The board can be controlled by two means: via the on-board connector (J11) or via the SDP connector (J9). The SDP board allows the evaluation board to be controlled through the USB port of a Windows® XP® (SP2 or later) or Windows Vista® (32-bit or 64-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bt or 64-bit) based PC using the EVAL-AD575xSDZ evaluation software.

FEATURES
    Full-featured evaluation board for the AD5755, AD5755-1, AD5757, and Link options
    PC control in conjunction with Analog Devices, Inc., system demonstration platform (SDP) PC software for control

ADI
Analog Devices
Description : evaluation board AD766X/AD767X

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The EVAL-AD766XCB/AD767XCB is an evaluation board for the AD766X/AD767X 16-bit A/D converter family. The AD766X/AD767X family ( see ordering guide for product list ) is a high speed, successive approximation based architecture with very high performance, low power family of 16-Bit ADCs which operate from a single +5V supply with a 100kSPS to 1MSPS throughput rate range, and a flexible parallel or serial interface. The AD766X/AD767X evaluation board is designed to demonstrate the ADCs performance and to provide an easy to understand interface for a variety of system applications. A full description of the AD766X/AD767X is available in the Analog Devices AD766X/AD767X data sheets and should be consulted when utilizing this evaluation board.
   
FEATURES
    Versatile Analog Signal Conditioning Circuitry
    On-board Reference, Crystal Oscillator and Buffers
    16-Bit Parallel Buffered Outputs
    Ideal For DSP and Data Acquisition Card Interfaces
    Analog and Digital Prototyping Area
    EVAL-CONTROL board Compatibility
    PC Software for Control and Data Analysis
   

AD
Analog Devices
Description : evaluation board for 3 MSPS, 14-Bit SAR ADC

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This data sheet describes the setup and use of the AD7484 evaluation board. The AD7484 is a high speed, low power, 14-bit successive approximation ADC that operates from a single +5 V supply and features throughput rates of up to 3 MSPS. Full details on the AD7484 are available in the AD7484 data sheet, which is available from Analog Devices, Inc., and should be consulted in conjunction with this data sheet when using the evaluation board.

On-board components include the following:
• AD780 pin programmable +2.5 V or +3 V ultra high precision band gap reference
• AD829, AD8022, and AD711 op amps
• ADM809 reset generator
• Two 7S04 inverters
• 16-bit FCT245 type digital buffer.

FEATURES
    Full-featured evaluation board for the AD7484
    Compatibility with the EVAL-CONTROL BRD2 evaluation board controller
    Standalone capability
    On-board analog buffering and reference
    Various linking options
    PC software for control and data analysis when used with the EVAL-CONTROL BRD2

Description : evaluation board for 10-/12-Bit High Speed, Low Power ADCs

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This data sheet describes the evaluation board for the AD7470/AD7472. The AD7470/AD7472 are, respectively, 10-/12-bit, high speed, low power, successive approximation ADCs that operate from a single 2.7 V to 5.25 V supply. Full data on the AD7470/AD7472 is available in the AD7470/AD7472 data sheet available from Analog Devices, Inc. and should be consulted in conjunction with this data sheet when using the evaluation board.
On-board components include an AD780 (a pin programmable +2.5 V or +3 V ultra high precision band gap reference), an AD797 and an AD711 (op amps used to buffer the bipolar and unipolar analog input respectively), and an OP07 (op amp used to buffer the DC bias voltage applied to the optional analog input bias-up circuit). There are various link options, which are explained in detail in the Link and Switch Options section.
Interface to this board is via a 96-way connector. This 96-way connector is compatible with the EVAL-CONTROL BRD2 (also available from Analog Devices). External sockets are provided for the CNVST input, CLKIN input, and the VIN inputs.

FEATURES
   Full-featured evaluation board for the AD7470/AD7472
   Compatible with the EVAL-CONTROL BRD2
   Standalone capability
   On-board analog buffering and reference
   Optional on-board analog bias-up circuit
   Optional on-board burst clock generator circuit
   Various linking options
   PC software for control and data analysis when used with the
      EVAL-CONTROL BRD2

Part Name(s) : EVAL-AD7472CB_REV_A
ADI
Analog Devices
Description : evaluation board for 12-bit high speed, low power, successive-approximation ADC

INTRODUCTION
This Technical Note describes the evaluation board for the AD7472 12-bit, high speed, low power, successive approximation A/D converter that operates from a single 2.7 V to 5.25 V supply. Full data on the AD7472 is available in the AD7472 data sheet available from Analog Devices and should be consulted in conjunction with this Technical Note when using the evaluation board.
On-board components include an AD780 which is a pin programmable +2.5 V or +3 V ultra high precision bandgap reference, two AD797 op-amps used to buffer the analog input, and an OP07 op-amp used to buffer the DC bias voltage applied to the optional analog input bias-up circuit. There are various link options which are explained in detail on page 2.

FEATURES
   Full-Featured evaluation board for the AD7472
   EVAL-CONTROL board Compatible
   HSC-INTERFACE board Compatible
   Stand Alone Capability
   On-board Analog Buffering and Reference
   Optional On-board Analog Bias-Up Circuit
   Optional On-board Burst Clock Generator Circuit
   Various Linking Options
   PC Software for Control and Data Analysis when used
      with EVAL-CONTROL board

Part Name(s) : CPC5622-EVAL-600R
IXYS
IXYS CORPORATION
Description : LITELINK™ III evaluation board User’s Guide

Introduction
Thank you for using IXYS IC Division’s CPC5622-EVAL-600R evaluation board. The evaluation board ships with the CPC5622A LITELINK III and CPC5712U Voltage Monitor to demonstrate the functionality of a PSTN terminating two-wire interface that provides both the analog voice transmission and signaling functions. The analog interface is configured to provide a 600 resistive AC impedance with 0dB gain in both the transmit and receive directions. While the CPC5622A provides the hook-switch and ringing detect signaling functions, the CPC5712U is utilized to monitor and detect changes in the DC line voltage to determine loop status and signaling information sent by the network. Loop status is given by the logic level outputs of the three CPC5712U on-board detectors indicating Loop Presence, Line In Use, and Loop Polarity.

Part Name(s) : HSP-EVAL
Intersil
Intersil
Description : DSP evaluation Platform

DSP evaluation Platform

The HSP-EVAL is the mother board for a set of daughter boards based on the HSPxxxxx family of Digital Signal Processing products. Each product specific daughter board is mated with the HSP-EVAL to provide a mechanism for rapid evaluation and prototyping. As shown in Figure 1, the HSP-EVAL consists of a series of busses which provide input, output, and control to the target daughter board. These busses are brought out through dual 96 Pin connectors to support daisy chaining HSP-EVALs for multichip prototyping and evaluation.

Features
• Single HSP-EVAL May be Used to Evaluate a Variety of Parts Within the HSPXXXXX Family of DSP Products
• May be Daisy Chained to Support evaluation of Multi-Chip Solutions
• Parallel Port Interface to Support IBM PC™ Based evaluation and Control
• Three Clocking Modes for Flexibility in Performance Analysis and Prototyping
• Dual 96-Pin Input/Output Connectors Conforming to the VME J2/P2 Connector Standard

Applications
• PC Based Performance Analysis of HSPXXXXX Family of DSP Products
• Rapid Prototyping

ADI
Analog Devices
Description : evaluation board for Dual, High Speed Op Amps Offered in 8-Lead SOIC Packages

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Analog Devices, Inc., 8-lead SOIC package, dual, high speed evaluation board is designed to help customers quickly prototype new dual op amp circuits and reduce design time. The evaluation board can be used with almost any Analog Devices dual op amp in various configurations and applications. The evaluation board is a bare board (that is, there are no components or amplifier soldered to the board; these must be ordered separately). Figure 1 shows the component side of the evaluation board, and Figure 2 shows the circuit side of the evaluation board.
   
FEATURES
    Enables quick breadboarding/prototyping
    User-defined circuit configuration
    Edge-mounted SMA connector provisions
    Easy connection to test equipment and other circuits
    RoHS compliant
   

Part Name(s) : AD9835EB EVAL-AD9835EB
ADI
Analog Devices
Description : evaluation board for the AD9835 Direct Digital Synthesizer

INTRODUCTION
This Application Note describes the evaluation board for the AD9835 Direct Digital Synthesizer (DDS). The AD9835 is a numerically controlled oscillator employing a phase accumulator, a sine look-up table and a 10-bit D/A converter. The part can be operated with clock frequencies up to 50 MHz. Both phase modulation and frequency modulation can be performed with the AD9835.
Full data on the AD9835 is available in the AD9835 datasheet available from Analog Devices and should be consulted in conjunction with this Application Note when using the evaluation board.
The evaluation board interfaces to the parallel port of an IBM compatible PC. Software is available with the evaluation board which allows the user to easily program the AD9835.
Components on the AD9835 evaluation board include a 50 MHz oscillator which provides the MCLK for the AD9835. The user can remove this oscillator, if required, and drive the AD9835 with a different clock oscillator or an external clock source via a BNC connector. A digital buffer is also on the board so that the signals from the edge connector are buffered.

FEATURES
   Full-Featured evaluation board for the AD9835
   Various Linking Options
   PC Software for Control of AD9835
   On-board Patchwork Area

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