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Multislope ADC bring up (dual slope)

Posted on Friday, December 28th, 2018 in PCBs by DP

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Nava Whiteford has been working on a Multislope ADC:

I’ve been playing with a multislope ADC design. Multislope ADC are often used in high end multimeters, and as I have a mild obsession with 8.5 digit multimeters, I wanted to try making a multislope ADC.

See the full post on 41J blog.

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