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A DAC is a Digital to Analog Converter.

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Voltage output DACs are usually specified by a settling time. If a DAC converter has a settling time of T, can it be used to faithfully reproduce a signal which has been sampled at a frequency of 1/T …
asked Apr 6 '11 by Ang Zhi Ping
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Say I have a 16-bit DAC which outputs a range from 0-5V. My application only requires an output from 4-5V. I am interested in the effective precision of the DAC due to this range restriction. Is the formula 16 - log((5 - 0)/(5 - 4))/log(2) = 13.68 bits valid? …
asked Apr 5 '11 by Ang Zhi Ping
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I have created a wav file (sampling rate of 44.1kHz at 32-bit floating point precision) consisting of 44.1k samples at 0.0 followed by 44.1k at 1.0. After which the file is played out from line-out us …
asked Feb 19 '11 by Ang Zhi Ping