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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Sam, Feb 11, 2006.

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  1. Sam

    Sam Guest

    I am searching for an ADC with the following specifications. I tried
    searching on google but failed. Can some one help?
    -8 bit resolution
    -atleast 2Msps
    -Bipolar ADC
    -internal generated clock
    With regards
  2. Why must it have an internal clock?
    Serial or parallel output?
    What's the application?

    The ADC product selection part of any major ADC manufacturers website
    will give you plenty of choice. e.g

    Dave :)
  3. Sam

    Sam Guest

    Thanks for your reply,
    My application is a computer being used as a CRO. So my basic setup
    goes like this. I build a sample circuit whose output ranges from 100Hz
    to 1Mhz. This output is to be obtained on the CRO. So the output
    signals are converted into digital using ADC. This output is passed to
    the computer via parallel port using ATmega8 microcontroller.The
    microcontroller has an ADC but of very low sampler per second. For this
    purpose I need an ADC with 8 bit resolution parallel output, atleast
    2Msps with an internal generated clock. The clock should be internal
    because all the interrupt pins of the microcontroller is used up. So i
    need an ADC with an internal clock which also indicates that the output
    is available for polling method. The rest of the project is all done.
    Thank you!!!
  4. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Run a google search on something called "crystal oscillator logic output"

  5. Once you figured out the usual manufacturers
    and suppliers, the search in their datasheets
    will become a bit simpler.

  6. Genome

    Genome Guest

    You am have spurling problems what come wiv gmail akount. You need am go
    back to and tip in AC/DC.

    I no you wuld sai thanku but yu ****. So It'z OK. I am scout so is my duty.

    Dub dub

  7. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Sory I left aposile out of cun't.

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