Apogee Electronics Rosetta 800

Cooper, Michael
March 2004
Mix;Mar2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p110
Features Rosetta 800 from Apogee, a 24-bit multichannel converter. Offer of eight channels of alternating-direct current conversion; Analog design improvements; Use of different converter and clock circuitry.


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