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Analog Fundamentals: How Sample and Hold Circuits Work and Ensure ADC Accuracy
Sample and hold or track and hold circuits are needed to ensure the accuracy of ADCs by holding the input voltage fixed during analog-to-digital conversion.
Design Tips for Generating Split-Rail Power Supplies
Many analog functions in industrial and medical applications, such as amplifiers, sensors, data converters and other such circuits, require both positive and negative supply voltages to operate.
MCP6486/6R/6U/7/9 AmplifiersMicrochip's MCP6486/6R/6U/7/9 has a low-input offset voltage of ±1.6 mV, maximum, and rail-to-rail input and output operation.
ADL5308 Logarithmic Transimpedance AmplifierAnalog Devices' ADL5308 temperature-compensated output voltage is proportional to the logarithm of the ratio between the input current at pin INP and current.
ADA4351-2 Programmable Gain Transimpedance Amplifier (PGTIA)Analog Devices' ADA4351-2 programmable gain transimpedence amplifier (PGTIA) offers a wide input current dynamic range from picoamps to milliamps.