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1ppm Settling Time Measurement for a Monolithic 18-Bit DAC

January 02, 2012 // Jim Williams, Linear Technology // 0 comments

1ppm Settling Time Measurement for a Monolithic 18-Bit DAC Download White Paper 2Mo

Performance requirements for instrumentation, function generation, inertial navigation systems, trimming, calibrators, ATE, medical apparatus and other precision applications are beginning to eclipse capabilities of 16-bit data converters. More specifi cally, 16-bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs) have been unable to provide required resolution in an increasing number of ultra-precision applications. New componentshave made 18-bit DACs a practical design alternative1. These ICs provide 18-bit performance at reasonable cost compared to previous modular and hybrid technologies. The monolithic DACs DC and AC specifi cations approach or equal previous converters at significantly lower cost.


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