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Game audio for the ESP32

Monday, February 19th, 2018

ESP32 game audio at Buildlog.Net blog: I have been working on some games for the ESP32 and needed some decent quality audio with a minimum number of additional components.  I was bouncing between using the DAC and using the I2S bus. The DAC requires less external parts, so I went...

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App note: Direct-sampling DACs in theory and application

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

An application note from Maxim:  Direct-sampling DACs in theory and application  High-speed digital-to-analog converters (DACs) with high resolution in the 12- to 14-bit range enable new types of transmitter designs that employ a direct modulation scheme. In such designs, the modulated transmission signal is generated directly on the base frequency....

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