Wondering if anyone has had any experience with the AD9760ARZ DAC. I was looking at the AD5330 and had 2 breakout boards ordered... but after a friggin month got an email to say they had an error with their stock and send me a refund.
It seems the AD5330 went out of favor so I looked at the AD9760ARZ and unless I'm missing something it looks promising.
- Very fast 125MSPS
- 10 bit, for 8 I would tie LSB's to ground
- Decent price (US$14 for 10 delivered) instead of $20 each locally!!!! +2.7V to +5.5V covers 5V and 3V controllers.
Other thing I noticed is the CLOCK pin... data is latched on positive edge of clock. This seems to be the only pin that controls driving the chip. The AD5330 has a CS and WR pin, it seems this chip only has one called CLOCK. If this is the case it should be simpler to drive.
Has 28 pins but a lot are NC, and a few others seem optional and a few are tied together or can be left floating.
*** The only problem I have is soldering the damn chip to a breakout. :o
I envision being able to run it from a 3.3V or 5V MCU.