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Overranged Converter Recovers Quickly

Steve Taranovich
6/4/2014 6:12:01 PM
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Application Note from ADI
>> Application Note AN-835, "Understanding High-Speed ADC Testing and Evaluation," defines overrange recovery as the time required for an ADC to recover to the rated accuracy after an input transient moves from 10% above positive full 

I truly like Application Notes from ADI, world-class and exceptionally produced. The same goes for the datasheets. Overranged converters and converters have been the domain of the firm as they control that sector. Overranged converter is one thing I try to avoid. I prefer to be within the range by scaling appropriately.

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