ADC family fills motors' synchronous-sampling needs

Schweber, Bill; Granville, Fran
September 1997
EDN;09/01/97, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p26
Trade Publication
Highlights two pin-compatible A/D converters from Analog Devices company. Features of the converters; Contact information; Required power supply for operation.


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