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What is analogue-to-digital converter?
An electronic circuit that converts a continuously varying signal (temperature, pressure, voltage, etc.) into digital number comprising zeroes and ones.
Applications include anything that involves the digital processing of signals by a digital signal processor, microprocessor or microcontroller.
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2013-04-23 Computing effective resolution for data converters
Learn how to calculate the effective resolution when we use any fraction of the range.
2014-08-29 A/D converters dissipate 1.7mW at 1Ms/s
The A/D converters from Analog Devices come in a 4mm x 4mm LFCSP package and enable industrial and medical equipment designers to improve operating and static power budgets
2014-05-12 Use FFT on sigma-delta ADCs
Learn about two topics in digital signal processing and metering, namely FFT and the SD ADC.
2013-07-04 Understanding the control characters in JESD204B
Here's a closer examination of the control characters that are employed in the JESD204 interface.
2015-07-30 Simplify comm system design, boost available bandwidth
In this article, we show how to simplify the complexity of the system by reducing the need for complicated filters and signal processing.
2012-09-20 Incorporating flexibility to 32bit MCU designs
Read about the implementations of standard 32bit MCU peripherals that provide needed capabilities, while also reducing BOM and simplifying the design.
2014-07-16 Implementing MPC57xx SAR ADC
This application note discusses Successive Approximation ADC implementation and use in Freescale Semiconductor's Qorivva MPC57xx family of devices.
2012-12-05 Examining successive-approximation register ADC
Here's a closer look at the inner workings of SAR-ADC and the requirements for its converter driver.
2013-12-30 Examining JESD204B converter protocol advances
JESD204 was originally rolled out several years ago, but it has undergone revisions that are making it a much more attractive and efficient converter interface.
2014-09-12 Employ low output noise regulator for data acquisition
Through the combination of linear regulator and switching regulator, a component achieves low noise, fast transient response and high efficiency, and thereby reaps the benefits of both regulators.
2012-11-08 DAC fine-tunes reference output
Find out how to dynamically calibrate the reference, fine-tune its output value, or generate a slightly different value.
2013-12-04 ADC in SoC: Mere placeholder or vital subsection?
Evaluating an integrated ADC in an SoC can be a little bit trickier than evaluating an external ADC.
2016-04-28 Tackling IoT and Industry 4.0 sensor backplane needs
Read about the configurable analogue architecture that supports the bimodality requirements of the sensor backplane for both IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
2012-12-14 Signal chain basics: Isolating analogue signals
Here's a cost-optimised solution for analogue isolation using a class-D amplifier in combination with a single-channel digital isolator.
2013-01-23 Key ADC specs for system analysis
Know the key specifications for ADCs when comparing the performance of SAR and delta-sigma converter systems.
2013-04-08 Issues in analogue, digital MEMS microphone design
Know the design considerations when integrating analogue and digital MEMS microphones into a system design.
2013-02-26 Implement analogue functions in rugged FPGAs
By using digital implementations of analogue functions, engineers can add critical functionality without adding weight, power or size to the design.
2013-01-18 Challenges in cloning ADC that hit end-of-life
Know some of the challenges when selecting a cloned analogue-to-digital converter to replace an obsolete model
2015-04-27 Verilog-AMS vs SPICE view for SoC verification
In this article, we comparatively analyse the usage of Verilog/Verilog-AMS and SPICE views from the perspective of data converters and clocking IPs in an SoC
2013-09-26 Xilinx, ADI achieve JEDEC JESD204B interoperability
The companies announced that they have achieved JESD204B interoperability between Xilinx JESD204 LogiCORE IP in the Kintex-7 FPGA and the ADI AD9250 analogue-to-digital high-speed data converter
2015-11-17 Reduce redesign risk with correct ADC analogue input
There are some choices that need to be made when deciding which converter is to be used for a particular application. Here we will explore the different available analogue input types.
2014-02-21 Multirate techniques for digital power conversion
Discover how multi-rate techniques can support advances in digital power conversion.
2013-07-31 Maintaining good touchscreen user experience
As capacitive touchscreens become bigger in size, developers must consider multiple design choices affecting power consumption.
2014-09-15 Is GaAs the new future of IC architecture?
Gallium arsenide enables high performance and novel IC architecture due to its ability to integrate optical circuitry capabilities and improve transistor performance.
2016-03-16 InVisage's Lee says start-up to focus on image sensors
The Menlo Park-based company has been developing image sensors using a quantum-dot material that replaces conventional silicon photodiodes but is integrated with supporting CMOS technology.
2016-01-21 In pursuit of quiet: Noise in linear regulators
It is always better to make sure the noise levels are low enough for your needs without expensive trials. Find out how this can be achieved.
2013-09-12 Importance of SoCs in DAQ development
Learn about the role SoCs can play in the development of data acquisition systems.
2015-09-02 Impact of cable runs on MEMS microphone tests
The explosion of smart devices has brought with it an explosion of small, low-powered audio components that come with their own special measurement and connectivity challenges.
2014-08-01 GigOptix delivers dual-mode GNSS RF receivers
The EXG0201 marks the introduction of GNSS RF receivers by GigOptix. It is a low-power consumption, highly linear RF GNSS receiver in a small Quad Flat No-Lead package.
2013-02-07 Employ SoCs for portable medical equipment
Using SoCs in portable medical electronics applications simplifies design, protects IP and enables product-differentiating functionalities.
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