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Optimizing SAR ADC driver amplifier and RC filter circuit settling using SPICE

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ChristopherJames
ChristopherJames
2/22/2019 4:19:11 AM
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My brain is scrambled...
I know I can't call myself an engineer if I hate Maths, but wow I'm looking at those formulas and I'm glad that there are simpler ways to get around testing a system these days. Happy to call in other professionals to test my system for me too as long as I don't have to try and work it all out on my own! Likely I'd screw up everything because my calculations have screwed up somewhere!

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DavidHamilton
DavidHamilton
10/16/2018 1:27:58 AM
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hi
It would be contradicting to be using a system that is lacking of performance. What we would like to ensure is that the circuit is fully set up in place while being in full force at the same time. Processes cannot be executed as per plan if there is a deficiency in the overall layout in any form.

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