Posts Tagged ‘Analog design’

Application notes ease analog design

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

[embed][/embed] Application notes ease analog design with Robert Dobkin, Vice President of Engineering & CTO Linear Technology co-founder and Chief Technical Officer Bob Dobkin discusses the evolution of analog electronics design and the role of application notes and books in assisting designers in building circuits.

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App note: Nine often overlooked specifications in analog to digital converters

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Here's an app note form Analog Design describing the nine often overlooked parameters of analog to digital converters, and how they impact the design. The article goes over the resolution, power supply rejection (PSR), common-Mode rejection (CMR), the clock slew rate, aperture jitter, aperture delay, conversion time and conversion latency,...

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Analog Discovery 2 channel scope, waveform generator, logic analyzer

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Digilent's Analog design kit is a 100 MSPS 2 channel scope, a 2 channel 100MSPS waveform generator, and a 16 channel logic analyzer built into one. The pricing ranges from $99 for US-students required to buy one for a class, to $249 for non-academics. Updated specs, thanks Torwag! Two 50...

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