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Synonyms for analog-to-digital converter

device for converting analogue signals into digital signals

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is selling a CD-to-CD stand-alone duplicator with a built-in analog-to-digital conversion capability for data, audio, and video applications.
In addition to ultrasound systems, the ADS807 targets communications (wireless, basestations) and video digitizing applications where a high quality, low cost analog-to-digital conversion is needed.
The SFT sends a digital weight signal to the controller, eliminating the analog-to-digital conversion common to other feeders.
This section gives a comprehensive description of TDM-PCM/FM telemetry systems and discusses binary sequencing and analog-to-digital conversion.
18om CMOS die, involving an analog-to-digital conversion at each elementary detection point with a pitch of 25om.
Agilent high-speed digitizers are the result of more than 300 years of cumulative research and development experience in analog-to-digital conversion technology.
Sensing applications typically require several analog and digital blocks, such as excitation circuits, an analog front end consisting of signal-conditioning and filtering circuitry, analog-to-digital conversion, digital signal processing and communication blocks.
All electronics for analog signal conditioning, analog-to-digital conversion, digital signal processing, and RS485 network communications are incorporated into the module enclosure.
The other contributors amplify such basic and advanced topics as modulation and signal detection, pulse- and multi carrier based systems, precision localization in impulse radio technology, Gaussian statistics applied to indoor noise analysis, and analog-to-digital conversion.
The extra power of dual DIGIC III processors has also allowed analog-to-digital conversion to improve from 12 to 14 bits per channel, meaning that tonal gradation for RAW images is now divided into 16,384 separate levels per channel rather than 4,096.