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  • Sensing Light with a Programmable Gain Amplifier
    ). EQUATION. FIGURE 3: If the programmed gain of. the PGA is 32, the suggested voltage applied to. VOUT = GVIN–(G – 1)VREF. the VREF (pin 8) is shown in this graph in order to. keep the PGA in its linear region. With this ideal formula, the actual restrictions of the out-. As shown in Figure 2 and Figure
  • Bridge Sensing with the MCP6S2X PGAs
    or PICmicro® microcontroller I/O. gain options for the PGA are: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16 and. pin consumption. The multiplexer and high-speed con-. 32 V/V. version response of the PGA/Analog-to-Digital (A/D). conversion allows a differential input signal to be sam-. pled and converted in the analog domain
  • USB FM Radio
    Stream—The host application uses a circular buffer of 20 32 kB blocks to accept audio from the USB FM. Radio device. Initially, 19 of the buffers are filled with audio data. Next, this data is sent to the WAV output device,. and as streaming continues, pointers to the first free block and first
  • Signal Chain Design Guide (.pdf)
    input. signal. The gain can be set to one of eight non-inverting. gains: +1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16 and 32 V/V. In addition, a. software shutdown mode offers significant power savings. for portable embedded designs. This is all achieved in one. simple integrated part that allows for considerably greater