Critical Techniques for High Speed A/D Converters in Real-Time Systems, 7th Edition
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An A/D converter accepts an analog voltage at the input and produces a digital representation of that voltage at the output called a "sample". The two primary characteristics of A/Ds are the rate of conversion or sampling rate, expressed in samples per second, and the accuracy of each digital sample expressed as the number of binary bits or decimal digits per sample. Newly updated to its 7th Edition, this handbook focuses primarily on A/D converters with sampling rates higher than 100 MHz. Sampling and filtering techniques are reviewed, as well as FPGA technology. The latest Pentek board- and system-level high-speed A/D products and some applications based on these products are also presented.