16-Bit A/D converter samples at 250 kHz The CMOS-based ADS7811 16-bit monolithic analog-to-digital

16-Bit A/D converter samples at 250 kHz The CMOS-based ADS7811 16-bit monolithic analog-to-digital converter samples at 250 kHz, which is claimed to be 50 kHz faster than commercially available ADCs. By providing a 98-dB total harmonic distortion and a 100-dB spurious-free dynamic range, the converter suits CCD imaging and DSP applications. It offers a ۬.5-V input range, full-parallel data output, and a 28-pin SOIC package. Price is $34 in quantity of 1000. Burr-Brown Corp., 6730 S. Tucson

Jan 1st, 1998

16-Bit A/D converter samples at 250 kHz The CMOS-based ADS7811 16-bit monolithic analog-to-digital converter samples at 250 kHz, which is claimed to be 50 kHz faster than commercially available ADCs. By providing a 98-dB total harmonic distortion and a 100-dB spurious-free dynamic range, the converter suits CCD imaging and DSP applications. It offers a ۬.5-V input range, full-parallel data output, and a 28-pin SOIC package. Price is $34 in quantity of 1000. Burr-Brown Corp., 6730 S. Tucson Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85706; (520) 746-1111; Fax: (520) 746-7401

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