ADCs define points in the converter-performance constellation

Schweber, Bill; Granville, Fran
May 1997
EDN;05/22/97, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p14
Trade Publication
Features various integrated circuits used to improve the speed and resolution and minimize the power of an analog-to-digital converter. Linear Technology Corp.'s LTC1419; Analog Devices Inc.'s AD9070; Harris Corp.'s HI5766.


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