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7/30/2013 09:00 AM EDT
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MeasurementBlues   7/30/2013 11:52:09 AM
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Better yet, download a white paper.

http://spdevices.com/images/stories/white_papers/13-1004_adx_and_digitizers.pdf

Many more examples than in the EDN article, but even that doesn;t tell you how the DSP works.

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MeasurementBlues   7/30/2013 11:50:21 AM
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Of course, you can buy the ADC intervleaving design kit from the author's company.

http://spdevices.com/index.php/products2.

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MeasurementBlues   7/30/2013 11:45:59 AM
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@MD, I agree with your assessment that the main article is weak on the theory. I would have liked to have seen at least a block diagram of the DSP algorithm.

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Michael Dunn   7/30/2013 11:34:18 AM
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It's a bit too weak on the theory to make any sort of judgement.

The basic concept of making corrections in the frequency domain sounds attractive.

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