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data converter

[′dad·ə kən‚vərd·ər]
(computer science)
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Data converters are the backbone of many test and measurement instruments' digital transition, and with more and more instruments showing high-definition information on more displays than ever, reliance on these converters continues to grow.
With the analog bandwidths of modern data converters extending well into the GHz range, an FDM can carry so many channels that it becomes impractical to build a discrete DDC for each.
The data converter IP cores can be combined to form a complete analog front end (AFE) IP solution.
As a result of the acquisitions, IDC can now offer customers a complete line of signal chain products, helping them optimise system performance, expenditure, power and time-to-market, Tewksbury added.Country: USASector: ElectronicsTarget: NXP's data converter assets, Alvand Technologies IncBuyer: Integrated Device Technology IncVendor: NXP Semiconductors NVType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
* Data converters such as the dual, 16-bit ADS8363 SAR ADC <http://www.ti.com/ads8363-pr> and the quad-channel AMC1210 digital filter <http://www.ti.com/amc1210-pr>.
PakLAG organized training on state of the art library tools and technologies including LIMS, Zebra Server, MarcEdit, Data Converter, Endnote, PakLAG Web OPAC and Digital Library Software and Greenstone.
From the photodiode sensor return loop, the data is digitized by the data converter and then processed by a digital signal processor (DSP).
Finishing up on the last gripe to prepare for my detachment's participation in SUSTEX II, I was working on the SH-60B's weapons delivery system and had determined the culprit was a bad armament signal data converter. I received the part at the last minute and wanted to install and test it one last time before going home.
ESPIRIT-funded research on data converter algorithms
International Fiber Systems Incorporated of Newtown, Connecticut, has expanded its EtherNav product line with an Ethernet Data Converter. The DED2500 effectively converts common standard serial data protocols (such as RS-232 and two-wire or four-wire RS-485) to Ethernet data for transport on an Ethernet network.
The camera supports both JPEG and RAW formats, which can then be manipulated on a PC using the supplied Sony Image Data Converter SR software.
A key "take away" here is that the specifications of the data converter may not be realized if the balance of the circuitry surrounding the chip is not properly implemented, and that includes chips that may only be crunching digital data.