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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Sam, Mar 29, 2006.

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  1. Sam

    Sam Guest

    I have been looking for these- ADC208, ADC228 or ADC305 whose
    manufacturers are Datel. Could some one tell me a place in US
    especially in Dallas or Seatle where I could buy them? If it is present
    in India that is in Bangalore well and good my job is easy. I would
    like to know the price of each ADC and place where I will get these
    ADCs so that I could make arrangements to buy them. Thank you.
    With regards
     
  2. Luhan

    Luhan Guest

    I no longer use A/D's. I like to use microcontrollers with them built
    in. The PIC12F675 has 4 channels of 10 bit A/D included in its $1.29
    price! Just cant beat that.

    Luhan Monat
     
  3. linnix

    linnix Guest

    Can PIC do 25 MSPS like them?
     
  4. I wonder when they're going to get around to figuring out how to put a
    decent resolution ADC into the PIC series. There's always the MSP430
    or any of a number of 8051 and now ARM variants with decent
    delta-sigma converters on them.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  5. What is the latest definition of decent?

    ;)
     
  6. "Good enough for my purposes", of course. ;-) Anything less is crap,
    and any more is senseless overkill.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  7. Sam

    Sam Guest

    Yeah I am using Atmel's ATmega8 microcontroller which has an inbuilt
    ADC but its sampling is only 15Ksps and this of no use for me right
    now. So someone please tell me the cost and place where I can buy
    Datel's ADC208 or 228 or 305.
    With regards
     
  8. Sam

    Sam Guest

    Could some tell me the cost of ADC208, ADC228, ADC305 of Datel and the
    place from where I can buy them.
     
  9. linnix

    linnix Guest

    These old 8 bits 25MSPS are hard to find, since they don't make them
    anymore.

    Can you settle with dual 10 bits 60MSPS for $15?
     
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