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Maithil Pachchigar

Let's Compare SAR & Δ-Σ Converters for a Mux'd DAS, Part 4

Maithil Pachchigar
samicksha
samicksha
12/16/2013 4:11:30 AM
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Re: My preference Integrated Solution
You keep up a good point Vishal, consedering Human error as one of the major aspect i would recommend the same.

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Vishal Prajapati
Vishal Prajapati
12/16/2013 2:42:19 AM
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My preference Integrated Solution
Being young engineer and having relatively less experience of designing the DAS systems, I would first go for integrated solution despite some limitations. That reduces the headache of sync, reduces board space and reduces chance of human error.

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I need 100-dB dynamic range for a medical imaging application. Can you help me choose between successive-approximation and sigma-delta ADC architectures?
Multiplexing allows the use of fewer ADCs per system, offering significant savings in power, size, and cost.
For data acquisition systems, sometimes a successive approximation ADC works best. Other times, a delta-sigma is the best choice. Let's see what works best and why.
For data acquisition systems, sometimes a successive approximation ADC works best. Other times, a delta-sigma is the best choice. Also, you need to consider the multiplexer. Let's see what works best and why.
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