digital comparator


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digital comparator

[′dij·əd·əl kəm′par·əd·ər]
(electronics)
A comparator circuit operating on input signals at discrete levels. Also known as discrete comparator.
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The main units in the design are an 8-bits digital comparator and two RS Flip-Flops.
The Millimess 2100 Inductive Digital Comparator offers integral temperature compensation for improved measurement precision on the shop floor.
The ADC output is monitored by a programmable digital comparator that generates an interrupt when the input signal is out of the user-programmed range, especially useful in fast-response control applications.
National's LM88 is a dual remote diode temperature sensor, with three digital comparator outputs.

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