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Connecting a high-speed comparator into a computer
I need to store the output of a stand alone comparator (Hittite HMC875LC3C) in computer RAM drive. Currently, I'm using an 8bit 2GHz ADC (an Agilent PCIe - Acquiris U1071A) to bridge between the ...
Mar 14 '11 at 9:08
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