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ADC Guide, Part 11: ADC Noise – 2, SINAD, ENoB

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For those wanting a quick and simple method to minimize noise, this article is for you.
NASA has some of the best scientists and engineers in the world that are challenged to develop manned and unmanned exploration systems that can travel in deep space searching for an answer to “What is out there” while stretching our capabilities to beyond the limits of our imagination
I’ve been thinking about ethics recently, but not the generic kind represented by violations like taking a company pen home. And who among us can claim to be purists? I can’t—I have plenty of company pens laying around my office. And, truth-be-told, my war stories get more polished and elaborate each year. Let the stones in my glass house be unthrown.
The stability of my fully differential and voltage feedback amplifiers seems highly impacted by the value of my feedback resistors—the RF/RG ratio is always correct, so what’s happening?
One of the more impressive presentations of a gadget at a recent Maker Fair was a floor-mounted four-hoop device with LEDs along each hoop. The hoops were circular in shape as though they were the longitude lines on a globe. When the contraption was rotated and the LEDs driven under computer-based control, a 3D display appeared. The resolution was visibly low but at inventor shows, it is more the idea that counts than its immediate refinement.
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