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Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application

This video series provides information about the differences between the architectures of successive approximation register analog-to-digital converters (SAR ADCs) and delta-sigma ADCs. These videos are intended to help you know how to choose the best ADC architecture for your application.

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1. Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application Series

# Title Duration
1.1 Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application: Part 1 - Introduction & Overview
This video provides an overview of some of the most popular ADC architectures in use today and highlights the advantages of each for different applica...
07:12
1.2 Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application: Part 2 – The Successive Approximation Register (SAR) ADC
This video provides an overview of how a SAR ADC works. SAR ADCs provide a good trade-off between speed, resolution and power. This video walks through the...
05:56
1.3 Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application: Part 3 – The Delta-Sigma Digital Modulator
This video provides an overview of how delta-sigma ADCs work. The video discusses the typical topology, oversampling, delta-sigma modulators, and more...
08:15
1.4 Choosing the Best ADC Architecture for Your Application: Part 4 – The Delta-Sigma Digital Filter
This video discusses the delta-sigma digital filter. A typical topology of a delta-sigma converter generally consists of two blocks: a delta-sigma modulator...
08:14
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