Would there be any benefit to splitting analogue sensor signals and sending them in parallel through a low res & high throughput rate ADC and high res & low throughput rate ADC, and analysing/comparing the separate data/sticking it together? Any systems this is used in? Maybe the signal would be somewhere imbetween the ADC specs (ie. bandwidth is double/equal the throughput rate and SQNR is high/low)
Previously I have used very standard sensor set ups with Arduino Mega etc. This week I have been venturing into EE territory to improve the bit between 'resistance information' and network training. WOW, analog electronics is complicated, hats off to you guys in the know! I mostly work in physics/mathematical modeling of complex systems, so some basic theory is there, however really I have only been doing any EE for 5 days now.
@Wesley Lee The application is using neural networks to predict the various strains from sets of resistance measurements of a stretchy sensor array to predict its position/state. If it is then I might set something up and see if any significant increase in information (obviously there will be more data points) arises from it. If nobody does this anywhere, that would suggest it isn't worth it.