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Subject: Re: Circuit that combines 2 x 8-bit ADCs to get 1 higher resolution ADC

Date: 05/30/00 at 2:43 PM
Posted by: Mike Page
E-mail: mike@eclectic-web.co.uk
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In Reply to: Re: Circuit that combines 2 x 8-bit ADCs to get 1 higher resolution ADC posted by Ray on 05/30/00 at 6:42 AM:

Dear Ray,

In a linear sampled system it is possible to apply dithering (your word) and then take the average of a set of samples. This technique of taking N samples to get one good sample is a form of oversampling.

The technique is wasted on non-linear systems because an arithmetic average is not possible since normal arithmetic rules do not apply.

Best Regards,
Mike.


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