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What is a bipolar digital-to-analogue converter (DAC)?
A bipolar digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) is one that can give out both positive and negative voltages according to the sign of its input.
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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.
2014-05-15 Minimising power loss with dynamic power control
DACs in industrial systems may be expected to drive a wide range of loads.
2013-02-13 Equalising methods flatten DAC frequency response
Higher update rates flatten the frequency response, but also increase the DAC's cost and complexity.
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.
2013-03-06 Benefits of digital RF modulators to CCAP
Know the concept and advantages of a digital quadrature amplitude modulation modulator that uses the direct-RF architecture to enable a cable access platform system.
2013-03-18 Assessing audio DAC jitter sensitivity
Know how sampling clock jitter affects the performance of delta-sigma digital-to-analogue converters.
2014-02-06 Voltage reference fundamentals
Learn about the basic DC voltage source or a voltage reference, as well as some discrete designs.
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.
2013-07-04 Understanding the control characters in JESD204B
Here's a closer examination of the control characters that are employed in the JESD204 interface.
2013-10-10 South Korean researcher develops wideband ring VCO
Wideband voltage-controlled oscillator is a key part of an IR-UWB system used in a Doppler radar system, which can detect human vital signs such as heart beats and respiration.
2012-01-24 Signal chain basics: Clock jitter unveiled (Part 1)
Read about some of the key parameters of this critical specification, which affects many aspects of the signal chain.
2015-09-07 Sensor interface AFE simplifies sensor conditioning
Read about a sensor interface that includes a 16:1 differential multiplexor, a programmable gain instrumentation amplifier, a 10bit offset correction DAC, and a low dropout regulator.
2013-01-29 Save power in LCD TVs with LED driving techniques
New design techniques in LED driver circuits promise to deliver significant energy savings that will go a long way to helping TV manufacturers meet the tough requirements for power consumption.
2013-04-08 Richardson rolls out DACs for CATV from ADI
The AD9119 and AD9129 are 11/14bit RF DACs that support data rates up to 2.8GSPS and enable multi-carrier generation up to 4.2GHz.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
2015-07-06 Optimise clock synthesis in heterogeneous networks
Learn about new IC architectures that enable lower power, smaller form factor and higher performance small cell clock synthesis.
2015-06-09 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 3)
In Part 3, we explore a few more examples of core independent peripherals; combining their functionality with analogue peripherals to create new intelligent analogue solutions.
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.
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.
2005-02-23 Frontier Silicon 'unveils lowest power, smallest footprint T-DMB solution'
Frontier Silicon launched its new digital baseband processor designed for mobile digital television.
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.
2016-02-23 Dealing with noisy motor: Dynamic compensation
In Part 2, we introduce a dynamic method, showing its performance in a simulation environment as well as running an actual motor performed on a bench using tools that can be purchased by any user.
2016-02-02 Data acquisition improvement with digital predistortion
Find out how the THD of a digital signal generator can be improved with a digital predistortion technique, which then enables evaluation of an ultra-low-distortion DAS.
2014-05-08 Converter features simultaneous voltage, current outputs
TI's DAC8760 can be programmed as a current output or as a voltage output. It is a fully integrated 16bit DACs designed to meet the requirements of process-control applications.
2014-11-19 Configuring knock-sensor signal-conditioning system
Engine knock is caused by improper ignition timing or faulty components. In this article, we will explain its basics and tackle how to set up a knock-sensor signal-conditioning system.
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.
2015-11-18 5G air interfaces require channel measurements
In this article, we look at why 5G air interfaces will need channel measurements to meet the upcoming technical challenges.
2013-07-19 12bit, 80MSPS ADCs boast 3.5mW power consumption
The increase in Synopsys' 12bit ADCs' performance to 320 MSPS enables greater flexibility for system definition in communications applications such as those enabled by LTE and WiFi 802.11ac protocols.
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