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Analog to Digital Converters

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Analog to Digital Converters

An A to D Converter is a semiconductor device that converts an analog input voltage or current to a digital representation of the amplitude of that signal.  There are many types of Analog to Digital Converters to suit a variety of applications.  Common A to D Converters include Flash ADC, Sigma-Delta ADC, Successive-Approximation A to D Converter, Sampling A/D Converter and Integrated ADC.  Critical performance parameters for these components are resolution - normally expressed in bits - Accuracy - expressed in LSBs - and Sampling rate - usually expressed in MSPS. 

Analog to Digital Converters are widely used in a broad range of applications anywhere that an analog signal needs to be converted and used in a digital environment.  ADCs are commonly found in audio and video processing systems, medical and laboratory equipment, test and measurement equipment and telecommunications systems. 

Manufacturers of Analog to Digital Converters include Analog Devices, Maxim Integrated, Texas Instruments, Linear Technology, IntersilDatelHoltek Semiconductor, Wolfson Microelectronics and Asahi Kasei Microsystems

Procure International offers both current production and obsolete Analog to Digital Converters from most of the world’s manufacturers at very competitive prices and short lead times. 

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