SFDR

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AcronymDefinition
SFDRSpurious Free Dynamic Range (RF communications)
SFDRSpurious-Free Dynamic Range
SFDRSaufen fuer den Regenwald (German: Drink for the Rainforest)
SFDRSingle Family Design Review (home construction)
SFDRStandard Flight Data Recorder
SFDRSecondary Flight Display Repeater (aviation)
SFDRSystem Functional Design Review
SFDRSingle-Family Detached Residential (real estate)
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Distortion can lead to noise in the data link, so it is important to look at the achievable spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) at the frequency of interest.
The ADS5500 family now consists of three 14-bit Ado units and three 12-bit Adc units available in speeds of 80, 100, and 125 MSPS featuring exceptional spurious-free dynamic range, high signal-to-noise ratio, and low power.
The spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) is a useful parameter for receiver designers because it provides a figure of merit indicative of the receiver's ability to receive signals near or at the minimum detectable level in the presence of interference (usually from adjacent channels).
It does so without gaps and missed signal events within any frequency range from 500 MHz to 18 GHz with 50 dB of spurious-free dynamic range.
Texas Instruments has introduced a 14-bit, 170 MSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a 72 dBFS signal to noise ratio (SNR) and 84 dBC spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) at the maximum sample rate of 170 and an input frequency of 150 MHz.
Finding a device with the spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) at these sampling rates is difficult.
The LTC2107 achieves 80-dB SNR performance and 98-dB spurious-free dynamic range at baseband.
Specifications such as spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) are often provided as simple single-tone tests.
The chart is an overlay of the equations for link gain, noise figure and spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR).
Upgrades to the Tektronix mixed-domain oscilloscope, performance oscilloscope, and spectrum analyzer families give electrical engineers new tools for integrating 802.11 a/b/g/j/n/p/ac WLAN connectivity into their product designs.The MD04000B Series mixed-domain oscilloscopes feature significantly improved spectrum analyzer performance, including spurious-free dynamic range of 60 dBc guaranteed and 65 dBc typical and phase noise performance improved by as much as 20 dB.