Category: Digital Electronics

Successive Approximation Type A/D Converter 0

Successive Approximation Type ADC

The development of A/D converters has progressed in a quest to reduce the conversion time. The successive approximation type ADC aims at approximating the analogue signal to be digitized by trying only one bit at...

Counter Type A/D Converter 0

Counter Type A/D Converter

Counter type A/D converter is one of the advance entry label ADC. As we discussed on my early post that working principle of ADC and simultaneous or flash type ADC. Now in this post...

analog to digital converters 0

ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTERS

An analog to digital converters, or A/D converter, is the reverse system of a D/A converter, which converts an analog signal to its digital form. In my early post we discussed on how a...

R-2R ladder D/A converter 0

R-2R ladder D/A converter

To overcome huge range of resistor used in weighted resistor D/A converter, R-2R ladder D/A converter is introduced. In my previous post I discussed about weighted resistor D/A converter. But the vital problem in...

Quine McCluskey tabulation method 2

Quine McCluskey tabulation method

The Quine McCluskey tabulation method is a very useful and convenient tool for simplification of Boolean functions for large numbers of variables. As we know that the Karnaugh map method is a very useful...

Frequency Counter 0

Frequency Counter

As name suggest a frequency counter is a special kind of digital circuit that can measure and display the frequency of a signal. In my previous post I discussed on 1) what is a counter?...