A/D

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AcronymDefinition
A/DAnalog-to-Digital
A/DAssistant Director
A/DAirfield
A/DAerodrome
A/DAir Defence (UK)
A/DAdvance/Decline (finance indicator)
A/DArrival/Departure
A/DAirdrome
A/DAbandonment or Destruction
A/DAltitude/Depth (US Navy sonar)
A/DAutodial/Autoanswer
A/DAlternating/Directly
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All important functions, such as analog-to-digital conversion, communication, and an excitation source are integrated into a single chip.
An analog-to-digital converter, such as the ADS1250, links analog and digital domains by converting a "real world" signal (analog) into digital data for use with microprocessors.
This analog voltage is subsequently converted to a digital format using an eight bit analog-to-digital converter.
Both cameras feature digital signal processing, a 10-bit analog-to-digital converter, 50 dB signal-to-noise ratio, 1-lux light sensitivity, programmable motion detection, line lock, and built-in antiground loop isolation transformer.
recently announced the H8/38086F, an economical 16-bit microcontroller (MCU) with on-chip flash memory, a high-precision analog-to-digital (A/D) converter, and an LCD controller with an adjustable constant-voltage booster.
The RPC632 contains 32 analog-to-digital inputs and 20 digital I/O.
It incorporates an NTSC/PAL video input port, integrated Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) with Phase Lock Loop (PLL) and LVDS transmitters.
The RPC628 contains 16 analog-to-digital inputs, eight digital-to-analog outputs and 16 digital I/O with several programmable modes.