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data converter

[′dad·ə kən‚vərd·ər]
(computer science)
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e2v already has over 3,000 data converter flight models in space and aims to further its space market share as it continues to increase its list of QML class V data converters.
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.
Country: USASector: ElectronicsTarget: NXP's data converter assets, Alvand Technologies IncBuyer: Integrated Device Technology IncVendor: NXP Semiconductors NVType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
Synopsys is well trusted in the design community for delivering silicon-proven, advanced data converter IP solutions," said Tommy Aizawa, vice president of strategic marketing for Kawasaki Microelectronics (K-Micro).
Norwegian semiconductor company Nordic Semiconductor ASA said on Tuesday (13 March) that it has completed the previously announced sale of its Data Converter IP business unit to Portuguese company Chipidea.
Knudsen has spent the past 20 yr working on data converters.
Today's data converter manufacturers are putting more focus on developing high margin products to gain share.
His career in data converter design spans more than 20 years.
Texas Instruments introduced what is said to be the industry's first complete high-speed data converter system evaluation kit (HSDC-SEK).
The acquisition will thrust TI into the number 2 position in the market for data converter chips and number 3 for amplifier chips.
Altera has validated device interoperability with leading data converter suppliers, including Analog Devices and Texas Instruments (TI), and is actively working to expand its offering by validating interoperability with many other data converter companies.