Analog to digintal conversion
The process of converting an analog value into its digital equivalent.
Also known as just AD or A2D. This refers to a Analog to Digital converter. An example of an A2D is on a DVR board. The analog signal from a camera is converted to digital format for the computer to store/analyze.
Conversion from analog to digital.
Analog to digital conversion (or converter).
short for Analog to Digital Conversion. The conversion of analog data or information into digital or binary form (See binary).
(AD). Usually refers to analog to digital conversion.
Analog to Digital - A conversion process that changes an analog signal into a digital signal.
Analog to digital conversion. Used at transmission end of broadcast.
Analogue / Digital
See: Analog to Digital Converter
or ADC: Abbreviation for analog-to-digital converter. A device used to convert analog signals to digital signals.
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Is an analog signal to digital signal converter. This is used to transform a signal which is based on a continuous voltage and/or frequency to ones and zeros.
(Analog to Digital) Conversion of continuously varying (analog) voltage levels to discrete binary-numbered (digital) values (e.g., a load cell output can be fed through an A/D convertor to produce a continuous stream of digitised information and sent to a digital indicator).
Electronic device that connects an analog television signal to a digital system.
Analog to Digital Conversion is the process of converting an analog value into a digital value that could be used by a computer. Analog signals, from field instruments, are either unipolar or bipolar, and are further classified as a voltage or current type signal.
Analog-to-Digital. (typically conversion)
Analog to Digital conversion. Converts a continuously varying voltage to digital bits
Analog/Digital; an integrated circuit device that converts analog signals to digital signals
Analog to Digital. Refers the conversion of analog sound waves to digital binary information, as in a DAT (Digital Audio Tape) Recorder.
Acronym for Analog-to-Digital converter; electronic device that converts data from an analog domain to a digital representation.
Analog-to-digital conversion. The process changes an analog signal into a digital value representative of the magnitude of the signal at the moment of conversion.
Acronym for Analog-to-Digital converter which converts an analog signal to a digital signal. A/D converters may be referred to as 8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit converters. This just means the analog representation when converted into digital will have a tonal range from 0-255 for 8-bit, 0-1023 for 10-bit and 0-4095 for 12-bit converters.
Analog to Digital, the conversion of analog signal to digital binary information. Acceleration, the rate of change in velocity. Generally measured in metres per second per second (m/sec2)
Analog to Digital. Refers to the conversion of analog sound or video to digital during storage, manipulation, or recording.