Data Acquisition

Devices designed to convert signals from one style to another.

Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs) A semiconductor device that converts an incoming analog signal (a continuously varying signal with constant fluctuations) into an outgoing digital signal (a signal with a defined number of proportional discrete states).
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Digital to Analog Converters (DACs) Digital to Analog Converters (DACs) A semiconductor device that converts an incoming digital signal (a signal with a defined number of proportional discrete states) into an outgoing analog signal (a continuously varying signal with constant fluctuations).
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ADCs/DACs Special Purpose ADCs/DACs Special Purpose Semiconductor devices used to convert analog inputs to digital outputs or digital inputs to analog outputs for use in specific purposes.
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Digital Potentiometers Digital Potentiometers A semiconductor device designed to work like a variable resistor. Semi-conductive switches are placed between junctions of resistive elements. These switches are controlled so only one will be allowed on at a time. The resistance of the part will vary depending on which switch is on.
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Touch Screen Controllers Touch Screen Controllers A semiconductor device that is designed to work with a specific type of touch screen.
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Analog Front Ends (AFEs) Analog Front Ends (AFEs) A semiconductor device that is used to condition an analog input signal.
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