DAC and op amp provide variable-control voltage

Olson, Chad
December 2001
EDN Europe;Dec2001, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p58
Trade Publication
Shows the use of inverted R-2R ladder network of DAC operating at a single trail. Production of a positive output voltage; Creation of lower supply voltages, higher speed and smaller packages; Release of conventional DAC.


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