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User's Guide
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This document assists users in evaluating the AFE5807 and AFE5808 highly integrated analog front-end
devices through the use of the AFE5807/08EVM Evaluation Module. Included are setup instructions,
printed-circuit board art, bill of materials, and schematics.
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Contents
Overview ..................................................................................................................... 2
Default Configuration ....................................................................................................... 2
Software Installation and Operation ...................................................................................... 3
3.1
GUI Installation (Mandatory) ...................................................................................... 3
3.2
USB Interface Driver Installation ................................................................................. 3
Test Setup ................................................................................................................... 5
Power Up AFE5807/08 ..................................................................................................... 6
Launch AFE5807/08 GUI .................................................................................................. 6
Launch TSW1250 GUI ..................................................................................................... 7
TEST AFE5807/08 .......................................................................................................... 8
8.1
Step 1: Time Domain .............................................................................................. 8
8.2
Step 2: Single Tone FFT ........................................................................................ 10
Hardware Setup, CW Mode .............................................................................................. 12
9.1
Step 1: Switch to CW Mode. .................................................................................... 12
9.2
Step 2: Apply input and observe outputs. ..................................................................... 13
9.3
External Clock for CW Mode .................................................................................... 14
External ADC Sampling Clock ........................................................................................... 16
External Vcntl .............................................................................................................. 18
Board Configuration ....................................................................................................... 20
12.1 Input/Output, Power Supply, and USB ........................................................................ 20
12.2 CW Mode, ADC Clock ........................................................................................... 21
12.3 Vcntl Control Input ................................................................................................ 22
12.4 LEDs ............................................................................................................... 23
12.5 Miscellaneous Test Points ....................................................................................... 24
EVM Printed-Circuit Board Layouts and Schematics ................................................................. 25
Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................. 31
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AFE5807/08EVM Basic Configuration
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List of Figures
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HW Setup With Connection Between TSW1250EVM and AFE5807/08 ............................................ 5
User Interface: Single FFT Format ...................................................................................... 11
Setup for CW Mode ....................................................................................................... 12
Switching From Default (ADC) Mode Panel to CW Mode Panel .................................................... 13
CW Outputs ................................................................................................................ 14
Relevant Capacitors for CW Mode, Top Side ......................................................................... 15
Relevant Capacitors for CW Mode, Bottom Side ..................................................................... 16
External ADC Sampling Clock Configuration .......................................................................... 17
External Vcntl Configuration ............................................................................................. 19
I/O, PWR, and USB Connector .......................................................................................... 20
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AFE5807/08EVM Jumper Locations .................................................................................... 21
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Vcntl ......................................................................................................................... 22
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AFE5807/08EVM LED Location ......................................................................................... 23
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AFE5807/08EVM Test Point Locations ................................................................................. 24
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Top Layer - Signal ......................................................................................................... 25
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Second Layer - Ground ................................................................................................... 26
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Third Layer - Power ....................................................................................................... 27
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Fourth Layer - Signal...................................................................................................... 28
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Fifth Layer - Ground ....................................................................................................... 29
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Bottom Layer - Signal ..................................................................................................... 30
List of Tables
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Configuration for Clock Capacitors ...................................................................................... 14
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Input/Output, Power, and USB
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CW Mode, ADC Clock
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CW Mode and Vcntl .......................................................................................................
LED Indicators .............................................................................................................
Test Points .................................................................................................................
Bill of Materials.............................................................................................................
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Overview
This document is intended to guide users step-by-step through the AFE5807/08EVM Evaluation Module
(EVM) setup and test . The EVM is shipped with a default configuration from the manufacturer. With this
configuration, the onboard CMOS clock is used for a analog-to-digital converter sampling clock; the
onboard oscillator is used for CW mode operation. No external clock generator is required. Users need to
provide the input signal for measurement from a signal generator.
Detail explanation regarding the jumpers, connectors, and test points appear in Section 12. The graphical
user interface (GUI) can be downloaded from the TI Web site.
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Default Configuration
Figure 1 shows the default configuration of the EVM from the factory. The accompanying list identifies the
basic components on the EVM board.
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JP1
+5V
JP2
GND
-5V
JP 9
JP3
JP10
JP1
JP15
JP31
Figure 1. AFE5807/08EVM Basic Configuration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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P1 – Power supplies connector.
JP1, JP2, and JP3 are set to enable 3.3-V, 1.8-V, and 5-V power supplies to device.
JP9: enables onboard CMOS clock.
JP10: Power supply for onboard CMOS clock oscillator.
JP15: Enables onboard VCNT.
JP31 always set as Figure 1.
Software Installation and Operation
The AFE5807/08EVM comes with a software installation compact disk (CD); run setup.exe to install the
software.
3.1
GUI Installation (Mandatory)
Unzip the installer file in the CD. Run setup.exe to install the GUI.
3.2
USB Interface Driver Installation
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Connect the USB port of the EVM to your personal computer (PC).
If the driver has not been installed, then the message "Window Found New Hardware" appears. As
shown in the following illustration, the Wizard launches. Otherwise, skip this section, and go to
Section 4.
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Select "No, not this time" from the options. Press the Next button.
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Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" as shown in the following illustration, and then
click "Next."
•
Select "Search for the best driver in these locations," and enter the file path C:\Program Files\Texas
Instruments\CDM 2.04.06 WHQL Certified in the combo-box, or browse to it by clicking the browse
button. Once the file path has been entered in the box, click Next to proceed.
If Windows™ XP is configured to warn when unsigned (non-WHQL certified) drivers are about to be
installed, the following screen is displayed unless installing a Microsoft WHQL certified driver. Click on
"Continue Anyway" to continue with the installation. If Windows XP is configured to ignore file signature
warnings, no message appears.
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Test Setup
Two EVMs are required to evaluate the AFE5807/08 device. The following illustration shows the exact
setup of these two boards and external connectors. For the default configuration as shown in Figure 1, it is
unnecessary to have an external sampling clock and external Vcntl supply. The onboard CMOS clock and
onboard Vcntl are used.
Ground
USB Interface
USB Interface
Filter for input signal
-5 V PowerSupply
+5 V PowerSupply
+6V supply
ADC (external) sampling
Vcntl Supply;
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Figure 2. HW Setup With Connection Between TSW1250EVM and AFE5807/08
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Power Up AFE5807/08
Power up the AFE5807/08EVM by applying +5 V and –5 V to the P1 connector. After power up is
complete, four green LEDS and two red LEDS are turned on as shown in the following illustration.
P1
LED3.3VA
LED- 5V
LED3.3VD
LED5V
LED41
LED42
LED1.8V
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Launch AFE5807/08 GUI
Launch the AFE5807/08 graphic user interface (GUI), which appears in the following illustration. After the
GUI has completely launched, LED41 and LED42 go off and the rest of the LEDS remain on. The GUI
automatically configures the default setup. Select the ADC page to observe the default condition.
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The following illustration shows the Default Condition on the ADC page.
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Launch TSW1250 GUI
Launch the TSW1250 GUI. The Message window displays the following message to indicate that the
setup of the TSW1250EVM and AFE5807/08EVM is working properly. If a different message or an error
message appears, contact TI FAE.
Select AFE5807, 14 bits, MSB first from the GUI.
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ADC Sampling Rate is fixed at 40 MHz; this is the onboard CMOS clock frequency.
ADC Input Frequency – enter 2M, and the GUI calculates the real coherent frequency to 2.00439453M.
Select
ADC Sampling
Rate
ADC Input
Frequency
Message
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8.1
Step 1: Time Domain
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Select the Time Domain page from the TSW1250 GUI.
Uncheck Overlay unwrap waveform.
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Overlay unwrap waveform
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From the AFE5808 GUI, go to the ADC page, and then select Ramp.
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Press the Capture button on the TSW1250 GUI. You will observe a ramping waveform on the
TSW1250 GUI display area as shown in the following illustration.
Repeat for Channel 2 and Channel 8.
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8.2
If each channel has the output as shown in the following illustration, proceed with the next
step; otherwise, contact the TI FAE to troubleshoot the problem.
On the AFE5808 GUI, change Test Pattern from Ramp to None for the next step.
Step 2: Single Tone FFT
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Select the Single Tone FFT page at the TSW1250 GUI.
Connect Channel 1 of the AFE5807EVM to a signal generator through an LP filter. If an LP filter is not
present, the result will not be good.
Set the amplitude of the signal generator to -25dBm.
Set the frequency of the signal generator to 2.00439453M to match the GUI.
Change the window option to Hanning. This is because the input signal and the onboard CMOS clock
are noncoherent.
Press the Capture button to get the test result.
Repeat for Channel 2 through Channel 8.
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Hardware Setup, CW Mode
Note that LEDs
41- 43 are on
CW outputs (I
and Q) (J12, 13)
Analog input
(note absence
of filter) (J1 - J8)
Figure 4. Setup for CW Mode
9.1
Step 1: Switch to CW Mode.
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Go to the CW Mode page.
Check CW Mode Enable. The LED41, LED42, and LED43 on AFE5807/08EVM all illuminate.
Select 500ohms for the gain control feedback resistor.
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CW Mode Enabled
500 W
Gain Control
Feedback Resistor
Figure 5. Switching From Default (ADC) Mode Panel to CW Mode Panel
9.2
Step 2: Apply input and observe outputs.
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Apply an analog signal (2.51 M, –10 dBm) to any analog input SMA.
The CW outputs (J12, J13) display the frequency I and Q signals at 10 kHz as shown in Figure 6. The
GUI Gain Control Feedback Resistor can be used to vary the amplitude of the outputs.
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Figure 6. CW Outputs
9.3
External Clock for CW Mode
The CW mode clocks can be supplied from J9 (X16/X8/X4/X1) and J10 (X1) using external signal
generators. The manufacture default setup uses ON BOARD CLOCK, with which C154, C155, C156, and
C157 are installed. To switch to an external clock, these four capacitors must be uninstalled and
capacitors C49,C50,C52, and C53 must be installed. The following table shows the configuration for these
eight capacitors.
Table 1. Configuration for Clock Capacitors
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Capacitor
Onboard Clock
External Clock
C49
Uninstalled
Installed
Top layer of the EVM
C50
Uninstalled
Installed
Bottom layer of the EVM
C52
Uninstalled
Installed
Bottom layer of the EVM
C53
Uninstalled
Installed
Top layer of the EVM
C154
Installed
Uninstalled
Top layer of the EVM
C155
Installed
Uninstalled
Top layer of the EVM
C156
Installed
Uninstalled
Top layer of the EVM
C157
Installed
Uninstalled
Top layer of the EVM
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C154
C155
C156
C157
C53
Figure 7. Relevant Capacitors for CW Mode, Top Side
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C50
C52
Figure 8. Relevant Capacitors for CW Mode, Bottom Side
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External ADC Sampling Clock
To
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2.
3.
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use the external clock generator to test the AFE5807/08, perform the following steps.
Reconfigure JP9 as shown in the following illustration. The rest of the jumpers remain the same.
Connect the external generator as shown in Figure 9.
Set the generator output to 40 MHz, 13 dBm.
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JP9
Ext Clock
Connector
Figure 9. External ADC Sampling Clock Configuration
4. If the generators for the ADC clock and input signal are synchronous, then choose Rectangular as the
Windowing option; otherwise, use Hanning or Hamming.
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5. The test procedure is the same for the CMOS ADC clock.
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External Vcntl
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JP15 needs to be reconfigured to short the leftmost two pins.
A power supply is required to be connected as shown in Figure 10.
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Power
Supply
JP15
Figure 10. External Vcntl Configuration
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12.1 Input/Output, Power Supply, and USB
J7
P1
J5
J8
JP6
J6
J3
J4
J1
J2
JP2
TP33VA
TP1
TP3
TP -5V
TP33VD
TP5V
TP2
JP3
TP4
JP1
USB1
TP18VD
JP18
Figure 11. I/O, PWR, and USB Connector
Table 2. Input/Output, Power, and USB
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Connector
Description
J1 through J8
Analog Input signals for Ch1 through Ch8. Connect to a signal generator. A bandpass filter must be applied
between the generator and the SMA to get a better result. (See Figure 1 .)
P1/JP6
P1 is the +5-V and –5-V power supply connector. JP6 is the test point for +5-V/-5-V power supply.
JP3
Onboard 5-V enable. Set up as Figure 2 is a must to use onboard 5-V supply.
XP-5V
-5-V supply test point.
TP5V
+5-V supply test point.
JP1
Onboard +1.8-V enable. Set up as shown in Figure 2; required to use the onboard +1.8 V.
JP2
Onboard 3.3-VA enable. Set up as shown in Figure 2; required to use the onboard 3.3 V.
TP18VD
+1.8-VD supply test point.
TP33VD
+3.3-VD supply test point.
TP33VA
+3.3-VA supply test point.
TP1 through TP4
Ground test points.
USB1
USB interface connector
JP18
Test points for USB data bus: From pin 1 to pin 9 the signals are: D0, D4, D2, D1, D7, D5, D6, and D3
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12.2 CW Mode, ADC Clock
CW_IP_OUTP / CW_IP_OUTM
JP52
PGA output to CW input (CH7)
J9
J12
JP53
JP57
PGA output to CW input (CH8)
JX1
JP56
J13
JP9
CW_IP_OUTP / CW_IP_OUTM
JP10
J14
J10
Figure 12. AFE5807/08EVM Jumper Locations
Table 3. CW Mode, ADC Clock
Clock
Type
Reference
Designator
Description
J9/J10
External CW Mode clock. The default is using onboard oscillator.
J12
JP52/JP53
CW Mode
J13
JP56/JP57
ADC
CW output for I-channel via an external operational amplifier. The EVM has converted the
differential signal CW_IP_OUTP and CW_IP_OUTM into this single-ended output through an
operational amplifier.
To observe CW_IP_OUTP and CW_IP_OUTM before the external operational amplifier, the user
can probe JP52 and JP53.
CW output for V-channel via an external operational amplifier. The EVM has converted the
differential signal CW_VP_OUTP and CW_VP_OUTM into this single-ended output through an
operational amplifier.
To observe CW_VP_OUTP and CW_VP_OUTM before the external operational amplifier, the user
can probe JP56 and JP57.
JX1
This connector allows the user to see signals of J12 and J13 simultaneously.
JP9/JP10
JP9 selects on_board_ADC CMOS clock or external clock from J14. Default setup in Figure 4 uses
onboard CMOS clock. Set it to the other side to use the external clock source.
Short to power up onboard CMOS clock.
J14
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12.3 Vcntl Control Input
J14
JP15
Figure 13. Vcntl
Table 4. CW Mode and Vcntl
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Connector
Description
JP15
Choose onboard Vcntl or external Vcntl. The default setup uses onboard Vcntl.
J14
External Vcntl input. The range is from 0 V to 1.5 V.
VR2
Onboard Vcntl adjustment. Use JP15 pin 3 which has the text On-Board to monitor the Vcntl voltage level.
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12.4 LEDs
The AFE5807/08EVM has seven LEDs. Their locations are shown in Figure 14. Their ON/OFF states
demonstrate the normal operation of the power supplies and the PLL status of the clock buffer.
LED3.3VA
LED - 5V
LED3.3VD
LED5V
LED41
LED42
LED1.8VA
Figure 14. AFE5807/08EVM LED Location
Table 5. LED Indicators
Reference Designator
Power Supply
Color
LED-5V
–5 V
Green
LED5V
+5 V
Green
LED3.3VD
+3.3 VD
Orange
LED3.3VA
+3.3 VA
Green
LED1.8V
+1.8 VV
Green
LED41
LED42
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Red
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12.5 Miscellaneous Test Points
TP44
JP19
TP45
TP9
JP20
TP12
JP21
TP13
Figure 15. AFE5807/08EVM Test Point Locations
Table 6. Test Points
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Reference Designator
Description
TP9, TP12, TP13,TP34
AFE5807/08 device test pin M8, L5, M5, and M9
JP19
REFM voltage input
JP31
SDOUT read enable
JP44
RESET input. Short to reset AFE5807.
JP45
TP_5 control enable
JP20
REFP voltage input
JP21
REF_IN voltage input
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EVM Printed-Circuit Board Layouts and Schematics
EVM Printed-Circuit Board Layouts and Schematics
The following illustrations show the six layers of the AFE5807/08EVM board.
Figure 16. Top Layer - Signal
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Figure 17. Second Layer - Ground
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Figure 19. Fourth Layer - Signal
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+
+
+
+
Figure 20. Fifth Layer - Ground
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+
+
+
+
7 1 2 0 0 1 - L-S LI
Figure 21. Bottom Layer - Signal
The schematic sheets are appended to the end of this document.
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Bill of Materials
Table 7. Bill of Materials
QTY
MFG
MFG PART No.
REF DES
DESCRIPTION
VALUE OR FUNCTION
89
AVX
0402YC104KAT2A
C21, C22, C23, C24, C25,
C26, C27, C28, C29, C30,
C31, C32, C33, C34, C35,
C36, C37, C48, C49, C50,
C51, C52, C53, C54, C59,
C64, C71, C72, C73, C74,
C75, C76, C77, C78, C79,
C80, C81, C82, C83, C84,
C85, C90, C95, C96, C97,
C98, C99, C100, C101,
C102,
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT ,0402, CER, 16V, 10%, 0.1uF
C103,
C107,
C115,
C119,
C124,
C132,
C153,
C157,
C183,
C228,
C104,
C108,
C116,
C120,
C125,
C150,
C154,
C159,
C191,
C229,
C105,
C109,
C117,
C122,
C126,
C151,
C155,
C161,
C226,
C230
C106,
C112,
C118,
C123,
C130,
C152,
C156,
C182,
C227,
DO NOT INSTALL C49, C50, C116, C117, C52, C53
4
AVX
0402YC332KAT2A
C192, C193, C223, C224
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CER, 16V, 10%, 3300pF
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KEMET
C0402C104K8PAC
C2, C3, C6, C7, C10, C11,
C14, C18, C56
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CER, 0.1uF, 10V, 10%, X5R
4
ANY
C0402_PAD020X020_0
40LS(UN)
C113, C114, C231, C232
CAP,SMT,0402
CAP,0402, ALTERNAT FOOTPRINT, PAD 020x020, 040LS
(Uninstalled Part)
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PANASONIC
ECJ-0EB1C153K
C38, C39, C40, C41, C42,
C43, C44, C45
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CERAMIC, 0.015uF, 16V, 10%,
X7R
1
PANASONIC
ECJ-0EB1H102K
C175
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CER, 1000pF, 50V, 10%, X7R
4
PANASONIC
ECJ-0EB1H332K
C140, C141, C148, C149
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CER, 3300pF, 50V, 10%, X7R
2
PANASONIC
ECJ-0EC1H470J
C146, C147
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CER, 47pF, 50V, 5%, NPO
2
TAIYO YUDEN
LMK105F104ZV
C92, C93
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CERAMIC, 10V, Y5V, 0.1uF, 20%
DO NOT INSTALL
2
PANASONIC
ECJ-0EB1A105M
C110, C111
CAP,SMT,0402
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0402, CERAMIC, 1.0uF, 10V, 20%, X5R
5
AVX
0603YD105KAT2A
C121, C129, C131, C158,
C160
CAP,SMT,0603
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0603, CERAMIC, 1.0uF, 16V, 10%, X5R
4
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VB1C105K
C20, C70, C87, C89
CAP,SMT,0603
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0603, CERAMIC, 1.0uF, 16V, 10%, X5R
1
TAIYO YUDEN
JMK107BJ106MA-T
C176
CAP,SMT,0603
CAPACITOR, SMT, 0603, CERAMIC, 10uF, 6.3V, 20%,X5R
6
KEMET
C1206C226K8PAC
C61, C62, C163, C164,
C165, C166
CAP,SMT,1206
CAPACITOR, SMT, 1206, CERAMIC, 22uF, 10V, 10%, X5R
5
VISHAY SPRAGE
293D226X9016D2T
C19, C69, C86, C88, C91
CAP,SMT,7343
CAP, TAN, SMT, 22uF, 16V, +/-10%, -55~85C DO NOT
INSTALL C91
8
AVX
TPSC226K016R0375
C1, C4, C5, C8, C9, C12,
C13, C17
CAPACITOR, SMT, TANT
10%, 16V, 22uF
1
ADVANCED
CONNECTEK
MNE20-5K5P10
USB1
CONN,SMT,5P
MINI-AB USB OTG RECEPTACLE R/A SMT TYPE
6
EF JOHNSON
142-0721-891
J1, J3, J5, J7, J14, J15
CONN, THU, SMA JACK
SMA JACK END LAUNCH, 0.080 PCB THICK
9
AMPHENOL
901-144-8
J2, J4, J6, J8, J9, J10, J11,
J12, J13
CONNECTOR, SMA
SMA COAX STRAIGHT PCB CURRENT P/N IS
901-144-8RFX
1
*YOKOWO
SEMICONDUCTO
R TEST
SB5549-0000-E-1(SP)
U1
CUSTOMER PROVIDE
HTSOCKET, SMT, 135P, BGA, 1mmLS, 022PAD
(CUSTOMER PROVIDE)
1
INFINEON
BAT68-04(UN)
D1
DIODE,SMT,SOT23-3
SILICON SCHOTTKY DIODES, SMT, SOT23-3, DUAL, 8V,
130mA, 150mW (UNI)
1
MURATA
BLM15BD102SN1D
FB16
FERRITE BEAD,SMT,0402
FERRITE BEAD, SMT, 0402, 1K OHM, 200mA
16
STEWARD
HI0805R800R-00
FB1, FB2, FB3, FB4, FB5,
FB6, FB7, FB8, FB9, FB10,
FB11, FB13, FB14, FB17,
FB18, FB19
FERRITE BEAD,SMT,2P
FERRITE, SMT, 0805, 80 OHM @100MHz, 5A
1
MOLEX
39357-0003
P1
HEADER, THRU, 3P
HEADER, THRU, POWER, 3P, 3.5MM, EUROSTYLE
1
SAMTEC
QTH-060-01-L-D-A
P10
HEADER, SMT, 120P
HEADER, SMT, 120P, 0.5mm, FEM, 2BANK, RECEPTACLE,
168/198H
1
SAMTEC
TSW-103-07-G-D
JP9
HEADER, THU
HEADER, THU, 6P, 2X3, MALE, DUAL ROW, 100LS, 100TL
2
SAMTEC
TSW-104-07-G-D
JP1, JP2
HEADER, THU
HEADER, THU, 8P, 2X4, MALE, DUAL ROW, 100LS, 100TL
2
TYCO
ELECTRONICS
4-103239-0X5
J16, JP50
HEADER,THU,5P
HEADER, 1X5, .1CTRS
1
SPC TECH
8431-1x9
JP18
HEADER,THU,9P
HEADER, THU, MALE, 0.1LS, 9P, 1X9, 335H, 120TL
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QTY
MFG
MFG PART No.
REF DES
DESCRIPTION
VALUE OR FUNCTION
10
TYCO
ELECTRONICS
4-103239-0x2
JP4, JP10, JP16, JP17,
JP19, JP20, JP21, JP29,
JP44, JP45
HEADER, THU, JUMPER
MALE, 2PIN, .100CC MAKE FROM 4-103239-0x2
8
TYCO
ELECTRONICS
4-103239-0x3
JP3, JP6, JP15, JP31, JP52,
JP53, JP56, JP57
HEADER, THU, JUMPER
MAKE FROM 4-103239-0
1
TI
THS4520RGT
VCON_OPAMP
IC, SMT, QFN-16EP
WIDEBAND, LOW NOISE/DISTORTION FULLY
DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER
1
TEXAS
INSTRUMENTS
CDCM7005RGZ
CLK_BUF
IC, SMT, QFN-48
3.3-V HIGH PERFORMANCE CLOCK SYNTHESIZER AND
JITTER CLEANER
3
TI
ISO7240MDW
U9, U11, U23
IC, SMT, SOIC-16W
QUAD DIGITAL ISOLATORS
1
TI /
BURR-BROWN
OPA211AID
U21
IC, SMT, SOIC-8
1.1nV/Hz NOISE LOW POWER PRECISION OPERATIONAL
AMPLIFIER
1
TI
OPA2614ID
U20
IC, SMT, SOIC-8
DUAL HI GAIN BWIDTH HI OUTPUT CURRENT OPAMP
WITH CURRENT LIMIT
1
TI
TPS79618DCQR
U6
IC, SMT, SOT223-6
ULTRALOW-NOISE HI PSRR FAST RF 1-A LDO LINEAR
REGULATOR, 1.8V
2
TI
TPS79633DCQR
U7, U8
IC, SMT, SOT223-6
ULTRALOW-NOISE HI PSRR FAST RF 1-A LDO LINEAR
REGULATOR, 3.3V
1
FUTURE
TECHNOLOGY
DEVICE INT.
FT245RL
U10
IC, SMT, SSOP-28
USB FIFO IC INCORPORATE FTDICHIP-ID SECURITY
DONGLE
3
PANASONIC
LNJ208R82RA
LED41, LED42, LED43
LED, SMT, 0603
LED, SMT, 0603, ULTRA BRIGHT RED, 1.92V
5
PANASONIC
LNJ308G8PRA
LED-5V, LED33VA,
LED33VD, LED5V,
LED_LDO
LED, SMT, 0603
LED, SMT, 0603, PURE GREEN, 2.03V
1
PANASONIC
LNJ808R8ERA
LED18VA
LED, SMT, 0603
LED, SMT, 0603, ORANGE, 1.8V
1
CONNOR
WINFIELD
CWX813-10.0M
X1
OSC, SMT, 4P
OSCILLATOR, SMT, 4P, 3.3V, +/-25ppm, -20~70C, 10.000
MHz
1
OSC, SMT, 4P
VCC1-B3B-40M000000
OSC1
OSC, SMT, 6P
OSCILLATOR, SMT, 3.3V40Mhz 5.0x7.5x1.8mm
1
ECS
ECS-3953M-400-BN
U5
OSCILLATOR, SMT, 4P
OSC,SMT, 3.3V, 50ppm, -40~85C, 5nS, 40.000 MHz
1
VENKEL
CR0402-16W-000T
R70
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402,0 OHM, 1/16W, ZERO JUMPER
4
VISHAY
CRCW0402000Z(UN)
R95, R96, R97, R115
RES, SMT, 0402
( UNINSTALLED PART )
2
VISHAY
CRCW04021001F100
R103, R116
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 1K, 1/16W, 1%, 100ppm
1
VISHAY
CRCW04021002F100
R62
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 10K, 1/16W, 1%, 100ppm
2
VISHAY
CRCW04022002F100
R71, R110
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 20K, 1/16W, 1%,100ppm
1
VISHAY
CRCW04024701F100
R55
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 4.7K, 1/16W, 1%, 100ppm DO NOT
INSTALL
3
VISHAY
CRCW04024990F100
R677, R678, R679
RES, SMT ,0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 499 OHM, 1/16W, 1%, 100ppm
1
VISHAY
CRCW04025110F100
R5
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 511 OHM, 1/16W, 1%, 100ppm
1
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GE0R00X
R66
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR/JUMPER, SMT, 0402, 0 OHM, 5%, 1/16W
1
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ131
R45
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 130 DO
NOT INSTALL ,R45
5
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ131
R43, R111, R112, R113,
R114
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 130 , R45
1
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ161
R676
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 160 DO
NOT INSTALL
4
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ499
R82, R83, R91, R92
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 499 DO
NOT INSTALL
8
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ49R9(UN)
R6, R7, R8, R9, R10, R11,
R12, R13
RES, SMT ,0402
( UNINSTALLED PART )
1
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ820
R46
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 82 DO
NOT INSTALL R46
5
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ820
R44, R98, R99, R100, R101
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402,THICK FILM, 5%, 1/16W, 82 R46
8
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF1000X
R4, R28, R29, R31, R32,
R34, R35, R93
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 100 OHM, 1%, 1/10W
3
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF3320X
R1, R2, R3
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 332 OHM, 1%, 1/16W
5
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF49R9X
R38, R56, R80, R90, R102
RES, SMT, 0402
RESISTOR, SMT, 0402, 49.9 OHM, 1%, 1/16W
2
VISHAY
CRCW0603200F
R65, R69
RES, SMT, 0603
RESISTOR, SMT, 0603, 1%, 1/10W, 200 OHM
2
VISHAY
CRCW0603487F
R63, R67
RES, SMT, 0603
RESISTOR, SMT, 0603, 1%, 1/10W, 487 OHM
2
VISHAY
CRCW0603511F
R52, R53
RES, SMT, 0603
RESISTOR, SMT, 0603, 1%, 1/10W, 511 OHM
2
PANASONIC
ERJ-3GSYJ499
R64, R68
RES, SMT, 0603
RESISTOR, SMT, 0603, 1%, 1/10W, 499
8
VISHAY
TNPW06034990BT9
R76, R77, R78, R79, R87,
R88, R89, R607
RES, SMT, 0603
RESISTOR, SMT, 0603, THIN FILM, 499 OHM 0.1%, 1/10W,
25ppm
1
KYCON
STX-3000
JX1
STEREO PHONE JACK, THU, 3
PIN
STEREO PHONE JACK, THU, 3 PIN, 3.5mm
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QTY
MFG
MFG PART No.
REF DES
DESCRIPTION
VALUE OR FUNCTION
5
KEYSTONE
ELECTRONICS
5000
TP_6, TP18VD, TP33VA,
TP33VD, TP5V
TESTPOINT, THU, 1P
TESTPOINT, THU, MINIATURE, 0.1LS, 120TL, RED
4
KEYSTONE
ELECTRONICS
5001
TP1, TP2, TP3, TP4
TESTPOINT, THU, 1P
TESTPOINT, THU, MINIATURE, 0.1LS, 120TL, BLACK
1
KEYSTONE
ELECTRONICS
5002
TP-5V
TESTPOINT, THU, 1P
TESTPOINT, THU, MINIATURE, 0.1LS, 120TL, WHITE
4
KEYSTONE
ELECTRONICS
5004
TP9, TP12, TP13, TP34
TESTPOINT, THU, 1P
TESTPOINT, THU, MINIATURE, 0.1LS, 120TL, YELLOW
3
MINI-CIRCUITS
ADT4-1WT
T1, T3, T4
TRANSF, SMT, 6P
RF TRANSFORMER WIDEBAND, 2-775 MHz, 50 OHM
1
BOURNS
3296W-1-103
VR2
TRIMPOT, THU, 3P
TRIMPOT, THU, 10K, 10%, 0.5W, 100ppm, 25T
1
BOURNS
3296W-1-205
VR1
TRIMPOT, THU, 3P
TRIMPOT, THU, 2M, 10%, 0.5W, 100ppm, 25T
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