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digital-to-analog converter

[′dij·əd·əl tü ¦an·ə‚läg kən′vərd·ər]
(electronics)
A converter in which digital input signals are changed to essentially proportional analog signals. Abbreviated dac.
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The latest addition to ADI's family of DDS modulators, the AD9957 QDUC together with ADI's portfolio of TxDAC+[R] transmit digital-to-analog converters, offers wireless infrastructure systems engineers a wide range of solutions for transmit path designs.
Family of 250 MHz to 4 GHz quadrature modulators - recently introduced, the ADL537x family of five pin-compatible quadrature modulators enable wireless system engineers to standardize board designs across multiple operating bands and cellular standards and features a direct interface to ADI's family of TxDAC+(R) transmit digital-to-analog converters.
The all-digital combination eliminates the audio degradation resulting from digital-to-analog conversions and saves businesses money because no additional equipment is required to switch calls from digital to analog formats.

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