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Maxim Integrated Products' MAX11645 2-channel analog-to-digital converter

12/21/2010 01:53 PM EST
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beentherebefore
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re: Maxim Integrated Products' MAX11645 2-channel analog-to-digital converter
beentherebefore   1/5/2011 12:48:33 PM
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This would have been more useful if it had an SPI interface, and if it could support 1 differential with a second single-ended or differential, rather than 2 single-ended.

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Jagdish Bisawa   12/26/2010 2:43:04 PM
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One of the key reasons would be, besides the size, the power consumption of the device. So, for applications that run on low power ( battery run etc. ), such a devices might come handy.

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_hm   12/26/2010 8:31:21 AM
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If it is to be employed with uC, why not use uC with integrated ADC? What are typical applications for this implementation? If it is to be used, it needs additional analog signal conditioning. Can they include some of them in this type of tiny chip to make system real compact?

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