- Language: English
- 960 Pages
- Published: October 2011
Simplified Design of Data Converters. EDN Series for Design Engineers
- Published: June 1997
- 242 Pages
- Elsevier Science and Technology
Simplified Design of Data Converters shows how to design and experiment with data converters, both analog-to-digital and digital to analog. The design approach here is the same one used in all of John Lenk's best-selling books on simplified and practical design. Throughout the book, design problems start with guidelines for selecting all components on a trial-value basis, assuming a specific design goal and set of conditions. Then, using the guideline values in experimental circuits, the desired results are produced by varying the experimental component values, if needed.
If you are a working engineer responsible for designing data-converters circuits, or selecting IC data converters, the variety of circuit configurations described here should generally simplify your task. Not only does the book describe converter-circuit designs, but it also covers the most popular forms of data-converter ICs available. Throughout the book, you will find a wealth of information on data-converter ICs and related components.
For all skill levels.
Tells how to design and build data-converter circuits from scratch.
Data converter basics
Data converter terms and design characteristics
Practical design considerations
Simplified design with a typical ADC
Simplified design with a flash ADC
Simplified design with serial interface DAC
Simplified design with parallel input DAC
Simplified design approaches
Low power data acquisitions system
Single-chip digital multimeter.