FourBit µP's A/D Converter Decodes Keypad's Input
10/13/94 EDNDesign Ideas Fig 1 shows a Mitsubishi M50927XXXSP/FP 4bit microcontroller decoding a 4×4 keypad using only four digital I/O lines instead of eight. Saving four of a 4bit µC's precious I/O lines couild be significant.4bit µC's ADC provid__ Circuit Design by Ryoden International Shanghai Ltd, Shanghai, China
Frequency Comparer Produces Binary Result
09/29/94 EDNDesign Ideas Instead of resorting to fullblown frequency counters, the simple circuit in Fig 1 uses four ICs to rapidly compare the frequency of two pulse trains. The circuit produces a binary 0 if f1 is greater than f2 and a binary 1 if f1 is less than f2. The circuit exploits the fact that inevitably two consecutive leading edges of the higher frequency pulse train will follow each__ Circuit Design by Jay Kirschenbaum, Columbia University, New York, NY
Frequency dithering enhances highperformance ADCs
08/18/05 EDNDesign Ideas Modification of dithering principle respects A/D characteristics__ Circuit Design by Steve Hageman, Windsor, CA
Limiting Amplifier Makes Efficient A/DConverter Drive
09/02/96 EDNDesign Ideas Limiting amplifiers are useful for protecting circuitry that has a limited input range. A classic example is an input buffer for an A/D converter. Many A/D converters are susceptible to damage if the input significantly exceeds the specified range. In addition__ Circuit Design by Mark Amarandos, Harris Semiconductor, Costa Mesa, CA
Low Cost, High Voltage, Programmable Gain Instrumentation Amplifier using the AD5292 Digital Potentiometer & the AD8221 InAmp
Low Cost, High Voltage, Programmable Gain Instrumentation Amplifier Using the AD5292 Digital Potentiometer and the AD8221 InAmp. CN0114. Equation 2 can be solved for D, yielding Equation 4, which calculates the minimum allowable resistance (in terms __ Analog Devices from the Lab
Low Distortion Low Noise Differential Amplifier Drives High Speed ADCs in DeManding Communications Transceivers
DN366 Design Notes___ Linear Technology/Analog Devices
Low Power 3V ADC is 0.05% Linear
App Note/ 193 / May07) __ Maxim Integrated
Lowpower, lowvoltage ADC is 0.05% linear
06/19/97 EDNDesign Ideas The simple integrating 3V A/D converter in Figure 1a is small, requires no negative supply and no expensive precision components, and draws minimal supply current.__ Circuit Design by John Wettroth, Maxim Integrated Products, Sunnyvale, CA
LTC Design Note: Generating a ±10.24V true bipolar input for an 18Bit, 1Msps SAR ADC
EDNDesign Ideas 01/27/2015 This fast, hires, differentialinput ADC is easily drivenCircuit Design
LTC1096 & 1098: Micropower SO8 8Bit ADCs Sample at 1kHz on 3µA of Supply Current
DN60 Design Notes___ Linear Technology/Analog Devices
LTC1410: 1.25msps 12Bit A/D Converter Cuts Power Dissipation & Size
DN104 Design Notes___ Linear Technology/Analog Devices
LTC1415: 1.25msps 12Bit ADC Conserves Power & Signal Integrity on a Single 5V Supply
DN146 Design Notes___ Linear Technology/Analog Devices
LTC2369 18Bit 1.6Msps PseudoDifferential Unipolar Serial SAR ADC with 96.5dB SNRVideo Product Brief
The LTC®236918 is a low noise, low power, high speed 18bit successive approximation register (SAR) ADC. Operating from a 2.5V supply, the LTC236918 has a 0V to VREF pseudodifferential unipolar input range with VREF ranging from 2.5V to 5.1V. The LTC236918 consumes only 18mW and achieves ±2.5LSB INL maximum, no missing __ Linear Technology/Analog Devices App Note, Alison SteerProduct Marketing Manager Jul 30th 2012
LTC2379/LTC2380 18Bit 1.6Msps/16Bit 2Msps SAR ADC FamilyVideo Product Brief
The LTC237918 is a low noise, low power, high speed 18bit successive approximation register (SAR) ADC. Operating from a 2.5V supply, the LTC237918 has a ± VREF fully differential input range with VREF ranging from 2.5V to 5.1V. The LTC237918 consumes only 18mW and achieves ±2LSB INL maximum, no missing __ Linear Technology/Analog Devices App Note, Alison SteerProduct Marketing Manager Mar 9th 2011
LTC238918 18Bit 2.5Msps SAR ADC with Configurable Input Range Video Product Brief
The LTC®238918 is a low noise, high speed 18bit successive approximation register (SAR) ADC. Operating from a single 5V supply, the LTC238918 supports pinconfigurable fully differential (±4.096V) , pseudodifferential unipolar (0V to 4.096V) , and pseudodifferential bipolar (±2.048V) analog input ranges, allowing it to __ Linear Technology/Analog Devices App Note, Alison SteerProduct Marketing Manager Jan 22, 2013
