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FUNDAMENTALS OF SAMPLED DATA SYSTEMS SECTION 2.1: CODING AND QUANTIZING

By Defining The Specifications, Walt Kester, Dan Sheingold and James Bryant

Abstract

Analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) translate analog quantities, which are characteristic of most phenomena in the "real world, " to digital language, used in information processing, computing, data transmission, and control systems. Digital-toanalog converters (DACs) are used in transforming transmitted or stored data, or the results of digital processing, back to "real-world " variables for control, information display, or further analog processing. The relationships between inputs and outputs of DACs and ADCs are shown in Figure 2.1. +F

Topics: ANALOG INPUT N-BIT DAC
Year: 2009
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