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sampling rate and bit resolution for Scanning Probe Microscopy

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I am trying to compare two products and see which one offers higher performance in terms of sampling rate and bit resolution.

Below are the specs I was able to gather from product1 and product 2. (I am not sure if I am looking at the relevant specs though.)

product 1Product 1: 
Input: ADC @ 400 kS/s, 18 bit 
2 HF ADC inputs @ 50 MS/s, 16 bit 
Output: DAC outputs @ 200 kS/s, 16 bit

product2Product 2:   
Input: 20-bit @ 60 kS/s, 22-bit @ 1 kS/s (oversampling) 
Output: 20-bit, 1-ppm precision, 1 MS/s 

I think it's true that higher resolution in bits is going to result in better performance. However, it seems product 1 has a higher sampling rate.

Could someone tell me which product will result in finer resolution in both input and output and why?

I am trying to compare two products and see which one offers higher performance in terms of sampling rate and bit resolution.

Below are the specs I was able to gather from product1 and product 2. (I am not sure if I am looking at the relevant specs though.)

product 1: Input: ADC @ 400 kS/s, 18 bit 2 HF ADC inputs @ 50 MS/s, 16 bit Output: DAC outputs @ 200 kS/s, 16 bit

product2:  Input: 20-bit @ 60 kS/s, 22-bit @ 1 kS/s (oversampling) Output: 20-bit, 1-ppm precision, 1 MS/s

I think it's true that higher resolution in bits is going to result in better performance. However, it seems product 1 has a higher sampling rate.

Could someone tell me which product will result in finer resolution in both input and output and why?

I am trying to compare two products and see which one offers higher performance in terms of sampling rate and bit resolution.

Below are the specs I was able to gather from product1 and product 2. (I am not sure if I am looking at the relevant specs though.)

Product 1: 
Input: ADC @ 400 kS/s, 18 bit 
2 HF ADC inputs @ 50 MS/s, 16 bit 
Output: DAC outputs @ 200 kS/s, 16 bit

Product 2: 
Input: 20-bit @ 60 kS/s, 22-bit @ 1 kS/s (oversampling) 
Output: 20-bit, 1-ppm precision, 1 MS/s 

I think it's true that higher resolution in bits is going to result in better performance. However, it seems product 1 has a higher sampling rate.

Could someone tell me which product will result in finer resolution in both input and output and why?

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sampling rate and bit resolution

I am trying to compare two products and see which one offers higher performance in terms of sampling rate and bit resolution.

Below are the specs I was able to gather from product1 and product 2. (I am not sure if I am looking at the relevant specs though.)

product 1: Input: ADC @ 400 kS/s, 18 bit 2 HF ADC inputs @ 50 MS/s, 16 bit Output: DAC outputs @ 200 kS/s, 16 bit

product2: Input: 20-bit @ 60 kS/s, 22-bit @ 1 kS/s (oversampling) Output: 20-bit, 1-ppm precision, 1 MS/s

I think it's true that higher resolution in bits is going to result in better performance. However, it seems product 1 has a higher sampling rate.

Could someone tell me which product will result in finer resolution in both input and output and why?