Re: What is the difference between a DDS Type 1 and Type 2 ??

David Slipper
 

Many thanks

On 26/04/2019 20:43, K5ESS via Groups.Io wrote:
Dave,
They are different modules. Either might have either AD9850 or AD9851 DDS chips. See the attached file. The file also shows an adapter board that can be used when needed. The modules are becoming rather expensive particularly the Type I (three rows of seven pins).
Mike
K5ESS

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Are they different modules or chips ??

Rgds
Dave







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