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ACB1601 PLC Radwell Advanced Systems Inc PLCs/Machine Control, PLC Module & Rack CONVERSION MODULE ANALOG TO DIGITAL

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  • Flash Analog-To Digital Conversion
    Flash analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) applies the input in parallel to many fast comparators whose thresholds are equally spaced throughout the desired input voltage range, typically 1V. At any moment, all the comparators that have thresholds below the input voltage are on and the rest are off
  • Analog to Digital Conversion
    This application note describes a method for implementing analog to digital (A/D) conversion on the PIC16C5X series of microcontrollers. The converter requires only five external components and is software and hardware configurable for conversion resolutions from 6-bits up to 10-bits and conversion
  • Analog to Digital Conversion
    ADC types, accuracy, and measurement information.
  • Application note for Analog Devices Analog-to-Digital Converter Model AD9640 (.pdf)
    This application note explains the use of Anaren's multilayer balun (BD0205F5050AHF) in conjunction with Analog Devices AD9640 integrated dual 14-bit, 80/105/125/150 MSPS analog to digital converter. The AD9640 ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) operates up to a 125 MSPS conversion rate
  • Designing with the MCP3901 Dual Channel Analog-to-Digital Converters (.pdf)
    and Idle Tones. paths, IA and ID. All analog-to-digital converters create noise during the. conversion process. Some of this noise is quantization. noise, due to the conversion process itself. Some of. I. Analog Ground Plane. A. Digital Ground Plane. this noise is repeated or correlated noise, i.e.
  • Voltage-to-Frequency Analog-to-Digital Converters
    -to-frequency analog-to-digital conversion has a high degree of noise rejection, because the input signal is effectively integrated over the counting interval. Voltage-to-frequency conversion is commonly used to convert slow and often noisy signals. It is also useful for remote sensing applications in noisy
  • Digital Current Loops and Direct PWM Control
    that the command. input to the loop is from a sampled digital system, means that typical analog advantages are not. present here. The digital loop eliminates the problems of imperfect digital-to-analog conversions. into the loop and analog-to-digital conversions out of it, and of noise pickup
  • Driving the Analog Inputs of a SAR A/D Converter
    the impact of an operational amplifier on the analog-to-digital conversion in terms of DC as well as ac responses. A typical system block diagram of the SAR converter application is shown in Figure 1. Some common SAR converter systems are Data Acquisition Systems, Transducers Sensing Circuits, Battery