Practically every electronic product today contains one or more analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). As an engineer, you have no doubt already encountered the ADC in a design project. If not, then you will eventually.
ADCs are tricky—they have some design quirks that must be addressed in order to achieve design success. Where do you learn the fine points of ADC design? Many get it from experience. Others are lucky to learn from a colleague or mentor. Textbooks can be a big
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