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A/D converter

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In addition to high-precision analog circuits that include a 12-bit AD converter (up to 24 channels) with a 1.0[micro]s conversion speed, and an 8-bit DA converter (2 channels), the M4G Group (1) incorporates two DMA controllers: a high- speed DMA controller and a multi-function DMA controller.
The GPIO lines offer access to a range of on-chip features including a wake-up interface, four-channel PWM interface and 5-channel AD converter. An on-chip DC-DC converter or LDO circuits adjust the external voltage supply to the required values on chip.
Uniform noise is also used in statistical testing of dynamic characteristics of AD converter [11].
The accuracy of the digital phase signal is only related to the sampling rate of the PDF and has no direct relationship with the effective bits due to the abandonment of the AD converter. Therefore, the separate quantification between the amplitude and phase significantly reduces the implementation difficulty of the hardware system, while improving the signal sampling accuracy.
position via an integrated, high-speed AD converter with a 0.5[eth]-s conversion
For our measurements in the area of power electrical engineering, we usually use computers, which are equipped with an AD converter and corresponding software, thus the computer works as a multichannel digital recorder [10].
The first at 757Hz is connected before the instrumentation amplifier and the second filter, type Sallen-key at 144Hz, is inserted at the input of AD converter. The AD converter is fast SAR, 16-bit AD7682 [16], which can work with internal reference 2.5 V, 5 V or external reference.
The receiver consists of a low-noise amplifier, mixer, low-pass filter, and AD converter, and uses a direct-conversion technique that extracts the baseband signal directly from the incoming wireless signal.
Speed PI control was performed using the drivers that are represented by block DA1 (DA converter) and AD converter, in the Figure 2.
The used range of AD converter is set on [+ or -] 5.0V and the output data are multiplied by the coefficient 1000.
One is measured data, which is directly imported from the AD converter and analyzed in real-time.