analog-to-digital converter

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Synonyms for analog-to-digital converter

device for converting analogue signals into digital signals

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18om CMOS die, involving an analog-to-digital conversion at each elementary detection point with a pitch of 25om.
Tenders are invited for Lot # 1: a special multichannel tool of reception, analog-to-digital conversion, analysis for demodulating and decoding satellite signals FDMA (per specification).
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.
A wide variety of active analog sensors can be connected to the module, which provides analog-to-digital conversion and signal conditioning.
Today, Cirrus Logic is the only semiconductor supplier that provides a complete seismic system, including front-end buffer and amplification, analog-to-digital conversion, high performance filtering and test signal generation.
Agilent high-speed digitizers are the result of more than 300 years of cumulative research and development experience in analog-to-digital conversion technology.
A chapter on advanced assembly language programming structured around computer arithmetic topics is followed by treatment of fundamental microcontroller interfacing topics such as parallel IO, asynchronous serial IO, synchronous serial IO, interrupt-driven IO, timers, analog-to-digital conversion, and digital-to-analog conversions.
Analog-to-digital conversion is accomplished with a 2nd-order modulation and a fully-programmable sinc filter.
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.