## 8-bit ADC Conversion

This tool provides the ADC resolution and the digital value for an analog input signal. Formula for 8-bit ADC The analog resolution or the smallest value that can be measured …

This tool provides the ADC resolution and the digital value for an analog input signal. Formula for 8-bit ADC The analog resolution or the smallest value that can be measured …

This tool calculates the effective resolution of an ADC as well as the noise free resolution. Note: Effective resolution should not be confused with Effective Number of Bits ENOB, although …

This tool calculates the full scale range and resolution of a Bipolar ADC Enter: Example Calculation A 12-bit Bipolar ADC with a reference voltage value of 5 Volt has a …

In this post we provide a tool that computes the analog output voltage from a Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC). The DAC can have any number of bits associated with it. Contents1 …

This post includes a DAC resolution calculator. Additionally it explains the concept of resolution and practical implications of this key specification. Contents1 Calculator2 Example Calculation3 DAC Resolution Formula4 Background4.1 Understanding …

In this post we provide a tool to calculate the maximum quantization error for Analog-to-Digital converters. This error depends on the input voltage range and the resolution of the ADC. …

Contents1 Introduction2 Calculator 13 Example Calculation4 Calculator 25 Example Calculation6 Background7 References8 Related Calculators Introduction In this post we provide two calculators. Also provided is background information on oversampling and …

This calculator converts from Samples per second to Frequency (Hz) Enter the value and use the drop down menu to select the units of SPS, kSPS, MSPS or GSPS. The …

The minimum rate (or frequency) at which an input signal should be sampled is determined by Nyquist [1] Contents1 Calculator2 Formula3 Example Calculation4 References5 Related Calculators Calculator Enter the frequency …

This tool calculates the audio file size in kilobit, kiloByte, Megabit, MegaByte, Gigabit or GigaByte. Enter Background An industry standard sampling rate of 44,100 Hz is used for audio to …