Manual | February 25, 2019

Critical Techniques For High-Speed A/D Converters In Real-Time Systems

Critical Techniques For High-Speed A/D Converters In Real-Time Systems

Analog-to-Digital (A/D) converters are designed to accept an analog voltage at the input and produce a digital representation of that voltage at the output, called a “sample.” The difference in sample rates can be up to ten orders of magnitude, where thousands of A/D applications are spread continuously throughout this range of use. This handbook will primarily focus on the use of A/D converters with sampling rates higher than 100 MHz, review sampling techniques, FPGA technology, and present the latest Pentek high-speed A/D products. For more information, download the handbook.

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