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STHV1600L

16 channels ±100 V, ±2/4 A, 5/3-level RTZ, high-speed ultrasound pulser with integrated transmit beamformer

ECCN USEAR99
ECCN EUNEC
Packing TypeTray
RoHs compliantEcopack2
GradeIndustrial
Package NameLFBGA10X10X1.4 144 12SQ P.8 B.46

This monolithic, high-speed transmitter features 16 independent channels with built-in digital beamforming, that generates 5-Level high voltage pulses (up to ±100 V) suitable to excite multiple channels of an ultrasound transducer.Each analog channel structure integrates an active RTZ circuit...
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Key features
  • 0 to 200 V peak-to-peak output signal
  • Up to 30 MHz operating frequency
  • Gate driver self-biased architecture; no filtering capacitors required
  • Pulsed wave (PW) mode operation:
    • 5/3 level output
    • ±2 A / ±4 A source and sink current
  • Continuous wave (CW) mode operation:
    • 150 mW power consumption/channel
    • 270 fs RMS jitter (100 Hz-20 kHz)
    • -147 dBc/Hz @ 1 kHz phase noise
  • Elastography mode operation
  • Fully integrated real clamping-to-ground function
    • 11 Ω synchronous active clamp
    • ±2 A source and sink current
  • Fully integrated T/R switch
    • 9 Ω ON resistance
    • 28 pF parasitic capacitance
    • Compliant with receiver multiplexing function
  • Auxiliary integrated circuits
    • Noise blocking diode function
    • Recirculation current protection
    • Anti-memory feature
    • Thermal protection
    • Undervoltage protection and bias supply checks
  • Programmable power management to optimize the performance into a probe
  • TX Beamforming
    • Programmable channels delay for beam-steering and beam-focusing
    • Clock frequency up to 200 MHz
    • Delay from 0 to 327 µs with 5 ns resolution at 200MHz
    • 425 ns minimum delay table writing time
  • Embedded volatile memory to store transmission patterns
    • 64 kbit (256 rows x 16 bits per channel)
    • Waveform compression and repetition algorithm
  • Easy driving control
    • Device control via serial interface
    • Few input signals to drive several devices
    • Diagnostic interrupt output
    • Single trigger input with anti-glitch to manage TX/RX
  • Checksum and parity check
  • Very low thermal resistance
  • Latch-up free thanks to HV SOI technology
  • Only a few passive components required
  • differential or rail-to-rail single-ended digital inputs (e.g. LVDS, LVPECL, VML, CML or CMOS)
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ECCN USEAR99
ECCN EUNEC
Packing TypeTray
RoHs compliantEcopack2
GradeIndustrial
Package NameLFBGA10X10X1.4 144 12SQ P.8 B.46

This monolithic, high-speed transmitter features 16 independent channels with built-in digital beamforming, that generates 5-Level high voltage pulses (up to ±100 V) suitable to excite multiple channels of an ultrasound transducer.Each analog channel structure integrates an active RTZ circuit...
Read More

Key features
  • 0 to 200 V peak-to-peak output signal
  • Up to 30 MHz operating frequency
  • Gate driver self-biased architecture; no filtering capacitors required
  • Pulsed wave (PW) mode operation:
    • 5/3 level output
    • ±2 A / ±4 A source and sink current
  • Continuous wave (CW) mode operation:
    • 150 mW power consumption/channel
    • 270 fs RMS jitter (100 Hz-20 kHz)
    • -147 dBc/Hz @ 1 kHz phase noise
  • Elastography mode operation
  • Fully integrated real clamping-to-ground function
    • 11 Ω synchronous active clamp
    • ±2 A source and sink current
  • Fully integrated T/R switch
    • 9 Ω ON resistance
    • 28 pF parasitic capacitance
    • Compliant with receiver multiplexing function
  • Auxiliary integrated circuits
    • Noise blocking diode function
    • Recirculation current protection
    • Anti-memory feature
    • Thermal protection
    • Undervoltage protection and bias supply checks
  • Programmable power management to optimize the performance into a probe
  • TX Beamforming
    • Programmable channels delay for beam-steering and beam-focusing
    • Clock frequency up to 200 MHz
    • Delay from 0 to 327 µs with 5 ns resolution at 200MHz
    • 425 ns minimum delay table writing time
  • Embedded volatile memory to store transmission patterns
    • 64 kbit (256 rows x 16 bits per channel)
    • Waveform compression and repetition algorithm
  • Easy driving control
    • Device control via serial interface
    • Few input signals to drive several devices
    • Diagnostic interrupt output
    • Single trigger input with anti-glitch to manage TX/RX
  • Checksum and parity check
  • Very low thermal resistance
  • Latch-up free thanks to HV SOI technology
  • Only a few passive components required
  • differential or rail-to-rail single-ended digital inputs (e.g. LVDS, LVPECL, VML, CML or CMOS)