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AREFAnalog Reference (voltage)
AREFAssociation of Real Estate Funds (UK)
AREFAlberta Real Estate Foundation (est. 1991; Canada)
AREFActualité de la Recherche en Éducation et en Formation (French: News of Educational Research and Training)
AREFArmy Reserve Expeditionary Force
AREFAlfa Romeo Entusiasti Finlandesi (Italian: Alfa Romeo-Enthusiastic Finns; est. 1993; car club)
AREFAssociation pour la Réouverture des Écoles Françaises (French: Association for the Reopening of French Schools)
AREFAmpicillin-Resistant Enterococcus Faecium (bacteria)
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A Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) technique is used to perform the digital to analog conversion using a standard PWM modulator provided by the CPU followed by a passive low pass filter to obtain the analog reference voltage.
This data is typically referred to as the Analog Reference Voltage (AREF).
The MIPI Alliance has introduced the Analog Reference Interface for Envelope Tracking (eTrak) specification.
Analog reference signal can be changed from -10 to 10 V.
Analog reference DC voltage input signal for speed control is given by portable USB DAQ device (card) connected with PWM converter.
Analog traces should be run only underneath their analog reference power or ground plane.