Successive Approximation ADC - Block Diagram

Block Diagram

Key

  • DAC = Digital-to-Analog converter
  • EOC = end of conversion
  • SAR = successive approximation register
  • S/H = sample and hold circuit
  • Vin = input voltage
  • Vref = reference voltage

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