Digital to Analog Converter


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Digital to Analog Converter

(electronics)
(DAC) A device which takes a digital value and outputs a voltage which is proportional to the input value.

Typical uses include digital generation of audio signals or conversion of a bitmap image to a signal to drive a CRT.
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