ADSL Analog Front End AFE1302 Datasheet for Fiber Optic Devices
ADSL Analog Front End AFE1302 Datasheet for Fiber Optic Devices -The AFE1302 consists of a transmit (TX) channel, a receive (RX) channel, a digital interface to connect to an ADSL DSP, and VCXO circuitry and a VCXO control DAC are included for precise clock generation.
The AFE1302 is designed to be used with external amplifiers and filters for noise reduction and dynamic range improvement.
AFE1302 DSP InterfaceAccording to the description from its original manufacture site, Texas Instruments, this device can reduce the size and cost of an ADSL-compliant system by providing the active analog circuitry needed to connect an ADSL Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to an external line driver, receiver, TX/RX filters, hybrid, transformer, and POTS filter.
The TX channel receives digital data at the nominal rate of 1.104MWords/s to 8.832MWords/s and are interpolated up to the AFE1302 clock rate of 35.328MHz.
In the RX channel, the analog receive signal is input to a PGA. The output of the first-order, switched capacitor filter is digitized with a 16-bit delta-sigma ADC, that’s why it ensures decimation filter for compliant word rate 1.104MWords/s to 8.832MWords/s to the ADSL digital chip.
You can find more sections of ADSL Analog Front End AFE1302 Datasheet for Fiber Optic Devices such as theory of operation, TX channel distortion and noise requirements, AFE1302 Transmit/Receive
Timing Diagram, AFE1302 TX Data Format, diagrams of AFE1302 Program Timing, DAC data for the TX channel, and etc in 15 pages of pdf filetype available to download (source: focus.ti.com)
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