Data acquisition (DAQ)

Data Acquisition (DAQ) integrated circuits and reference designs

Description

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 instruments.

    Modern data acquisition instruments often require:

  • System optimization to achieve best in class SNR, bandwidth and dynamic range
  • High precision, low drift signal chain architectures to minimize measurement errors
  • Low jitter, high speed reinforced isolation to minimize the SNR degradation
  • Low noise and low EMI power supply to minimize the measurement errors
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Technical documents

Application notes & user guides

Application Notes (13)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 74 KB 12 Dec 2017
PDF 78 KB 14 Jun 2017
PDF 429 KB 26 Apr 2017
PDF 867 KB 19 Sep 2016
PDF 299 KB 13 May 2015
PDF 425 KB 09 Oct 2011
PDF 215 KB 17 Mar 2011
PDF 327 KB 10 Sep 2010
PDF 1.13 MB 14 Jul 2009
PDF 285 KB 28 Feb 2005
PDF 1.45 MB 23 Feb 2005
PDF 296 KB 13 Sep 2002
PDF 336 KB 18 Mar 2002

Selection & solution guides

Selection Guides (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 2.31 MB 04 Oct 2018

Solution Guides (2)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 9.78 MB 11 Mar 2019
PDF 11 MB 18 Feb 2019

Product bulletin & white papers

White Papers (3)

Title Type Size (MB) Date
PDF 688 KB 01 Feb 2018
PDF 3.07 MB 01 Aug 2016
PDF 2.13 MB 31 Mar 2016

Technical articles

Design & development

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
Analog engineer's calculator ANALOG-ENGINEER-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools
RF-Sampling Frequency Planner, Analog Filter, and DDC Excel™ Calculator FREQ-DDC-FILTER-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools

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