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taylor123az
taylor123az
11/6/2016 7:00:01 AM
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Re: Nice share
This is a great share. Thank you !

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Thomas7
Thomas7
10/29/2016 4:59:38 AM
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Re: Yuwegedusitesnaszemedia
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jonharris0
jonharris0
10/28/2016 8:44:40 AM
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Re: Interesting
Thanks domapek, I appreciate the kind words!  I am glad you enjoyed the post.

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jonharris0
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8/31/2015 10:23:34 AM
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Re: Shortwave RF
Thanks for the comment sa_penguin!  Unfortunately, you will find with larger companies it is the volume markets that drive product selection so some of the more niche applications may get overlooked in lieu of applications that have more volume and thus more revenue. That being said, there could still be some high speed ADCs that fit your application.  Most are capable of DC coupling when means they can sample signals of very low frequency, including the range you mention.  It depends on the bandwidth, noise, and spurious performance required as to what ADC you may need...

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sa_penguin
sa_penguin
8/30/2015 6:07:58 AM
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Shortwave RF
"One persons RF is another persons IF" hoo boy, you got that right. I am looking at measuring the ionosphere, which is done by timing relections of vertically transmitted HF - all under 50MHz. The "radio" section of Analog Devices is rather sparse when I visit, searching for parts. Just as you, an RF guy, are now in ADC's the HF products have been moved... there's quite a bit listed as "medical ultrasound".

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jonharris0
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7/21/2015 8:57:27 AM
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Re: analog design
Thank you jaydeepj!  I encourage you to stay tuned for the next few parts to this blog.  I think it will be a fun and informative series.

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jaydeepj
jaydeepj
7/21/2015 2:58:39 AM
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analog design
nice post

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