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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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2013-01-18 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.
2011-06-30 Carrier cards customize I/O boards
Acromag's APCe8650 card routes power and bus signals, creating custom I/O processing boards with a PCIe interface for use in a PC-based control system.
2005-08-08 CANopen safety chip simplifies safety-related development
Safety-related devices are increasingly being networked together. Expensive safety controllers and safety monitors are available already, but the number of simple and inexpensive safety-related devices is still low. Networked safety technology makes sense only if the peripherals are available at acceptable prices.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
2003-09-12 Cadence upgrades OrCAD PCB products
Claiming new features and improved tool integration, Cadence Design Systems announced the 10.0 release of its Windows-based OrCAD tool suite.
2004-10-08 Cadence offers high-performance tools at affordable prices
Cadence announced the availability of two new product suitesOrCAD PCB Designer and OrCAD PCB Designer with PSpice.
2004-06-22 Broadband amp fuses programmability, ultra-low distortion
Striving to be a choice for comm systems apps, Linear Technology announces the release of its 850MHz programmable gain, broadband amplifier.
2008-03-31 Bringing multizone digital audio to life
Rallying around an emphasis on software upgradability and wireless connectivity and control, Sonos Inc. developed a multi-zone digital music system with a wireless, full-color LCD screen controller that lets users play all their digital music.
2007-09-03 Bring Zigbee designs to high volume
Devices without the cost or power budgets to support wireless connectivity now can leverage proven Zigbee technology for new innovation possibilities.
2015-07-27 Boost cell monitoring accuracy in energy storage BMS
New and more sophisticated strategies and critical support components are needed to address the many challenges when implementing battery management systems for energy storage.
2007-10-11 Body fat meter sells for a slim price
Omron's HBF-306 personal body fat meter functions on a surprisingly simple premise with correspondingly Spartanand mostly analogelectronics used for implementation.
2008-06-17 Board adds isolated analog inputs for DAP systems
Microstar Laboratories Inc. has developed the MSXB 084 isolated analog input expansion board that provides isolated analog inputs for DAQ processor systems.
2002-10-21 Biometric sensors add a glamorous touch
Cosmetics maker L'Oral and chipmaker STMicroelectronics have announced a joint development agreement that brings biometrics technology to the skin-care business.
2015-02-13 BeBop weaves sensors into fabrics
Rather than measure speed or heartbeat, BeBop's layered sensors can measure bend, location, motion, rotation, angle and torque with applications from athletic clothing to smart insoles.
2008-09-16 Be awed by amazing engineering feats
Bill Schweber mulls engineering accomplishments and recognizes the impressive accomplishments that other engineers have achieved.
2007-11-13 Backplane, power module connectors meet MicroTCA specs
FCI has developed backplane signal connectors and power module input connectors that are fully compliant with the MicroTCA specification issued by PICMG.
2005-12-08 AVR Flash MCUs tailored for battery-powered equipment
Atmel's new AVR family of Flash microcontrollers have internal EEPROM, pull-up resistors and an 8MHz, high precision calibrated RC Oscillator, leaving 12 general I/O pins available for application use.
2014-10-15 Automotive communication backbone: MOST vs Ethernet
Read about the battle between MOST, the de facto standard used as the infotainment backbone in vehicles, and Ethernet, the standard used for the IT infrastructure in the consumer/commercial world.
2005-01-04 austriamicro's Full Service Foundry introduces digital libraries
austriamicro's Full Service Foundry now offers digital libraries including standard cells, I/Os and memory compilers free of charge to its customers.
2006-02-03 Audio SoC platform has DSP functionality
Micronas introduced an audio system-on-chip platform with customization and DSP code download capability.
2005-12-29 Audio processors tout ease of use
Analog Devices expanded its SigmaDSP digital audio processor family with three products tailored for advanced television and audio systems.
2006-01-23 Audio processor touts 800Mbps 1394b data rate capability
BridgeCo. claims to have the first FireWire audio IC platform that supports 1394b (S800), doubling the bandwidth capacity over older, 400Mbps 1394a systems.
2006-06-29 Audio processor integrates DSP, converters
Micronas announced it has developed a cost-effective and highly integrated audio SoC that combines a DSP with digital and analog audio interfaces.
2005-09-19 Audio codec packs features
AKM Semiconductor introduced a multifunction audio codec for digital televisions, home theater systems, DVD receivers and automotive amplifiers
2004-01-16 Audio chip aims at loaded cellphones
Wolfson Microelectronics introduced a low-power audio chip that integrates many of the audio-related components a cellular multimedia system would need.
2005-07-27 Audio ADC touts eight-channels
The CS5368 audio analog-to-digital converter IC from Cirrus Logic combines the functionality and performance of four CS5361s in a single package and it includes an on-chip oscillator
2004-12-01 Atmel DAB baseband processor consumes 180mW
Atmel announced the availability of its new baseband processor designed for DAB applications.
2004-05-03 ASIC option may not pay off as expected
System designers need to ask themselves some basic questions before embarking down the ASIC path, as the costs and hassles often negate the benefits.
2006-06-14 ARM-wrestling: MCU vs. core
Designers must wrestle between taking advantage of STMIcroelectronics' off-the-shelf ARM 9E-based solution and designing their own solution with ARM Ltd's Cortex-R4 ARM core.
2015-05-06 Apple Watch: What's hot, what's not?
Developers have been busy preparing apps, and the Apple Watch is primed to be a big hit. There's a concerning report about the glass, however, that may cause problems for Apple.
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