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Analog Devices 20-bit AD5790 and 18-bit AD5780 D/A converters

12/8/2011 05:47 PM EST
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re: Analog Devices 20-bit AD5790 and 18-bit AD5780 D/A converters
_hm   12/12/2011 1:19:44 AM
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Fairly expensive device for listed applications. Can they make multi channel version to offset price for some application?

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re: Analog Devices 20-bit AD5790 and 18-bit AD5780 D/A converters
agk   12/11/2011 8:46:45 AM
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3X improvement in the offset erros is good achievement. The video at http://videos.analog.com/video/1298462294001/AD5780-System-Ready-18-Bit-Ultra-Low-Noise-DAC/ shows its benifits. Always there is expectation for better data converters and this another better chip.

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