Our integrated circuits and reference designs offer a wide range of system implementations that cover different electrical inputs, outputs, speed and accuracy while maximizing system resolution and bandwidth and minimizing noise and power consumption as you design your data acquisition (DAQ) instruments.
Modern data acquisition instruments often require:
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|RF-Sampling Frequency Planner, Analog Filter, and DDC Excel™ Calculator||FREQ-DDC-FILTER-CALC||Texas Instruments||Calculation tool|
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