Electronic Design

Microcontroller Generates Analog Gaussian Waveform Without Need for a DAC (.PDF Download)

Laboratory data often appears as Gaussian curves, and today's laboratory data-acquisition software is designed to analyze these data to determine such things as peak location, amplitude, area, and width.  A good test signal is useful in developing such software, and it is best when the test signal resembles actual analog data including noise...

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