digital-to-analog converter

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digital-to-analog converter

a device for translating digital information into a continuous form, as from an ohmmeter or thermometer. They are widely used in CD players, digital audio and videotape players, and digital signal processing audio and video equipment. Also called D/A converter.
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The W681512 is a single channel CODEC for voice-grade, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion.
Because digital watermarks survive digital-to-analog conversion, they can address one of the most common piracy threats identified by the MPAA -- the illegal recording of movies from theater screens, by employees or movie-goers, using hand-held video cameras -- and help provide forensic evidence for future investigations or prosecution.
With only one digital-to-analog conversion, modems can reach
The W681310 is a single-channel voice CODEC for analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion.
Calibar uses 10-bit 4Fsc precision digital-to-analog conversion to produce high-accuracy test patterns.
A chapter on advanced assembly language programming structured around computer arithmetic topics is followed by treatment of fundamental microcontroller interfacing topics such as parallel IO, asynchronous serial IO, synchronous serial IO, interrupt-driven IO, timers, analog-to-digital conversion, and digital-to-analog conversions.
One proposed fix, widely advocated within the content industries, is to "mark" all commercial content that needs to be controlled-perhaps with a broadcast flag (a string of bits contained in the digital broadcasting stream) or perhaps with watermark technology (a hidden mark designed to survive digital-to-analog conversions, as well as the conversions of content that occur routinely in computers and consumer electronics).
With direct digital connection to the computer, the loss of signals that are characteristic of digital-to-analog conversions are minimized, allowing for superior picture quality.
The all-digital combination eliminates the audio degradation resulting from digital-to-analog conversions and saves businesses money because no additional equipment is required to switch calls from digital to analog formats.
As a result, customers can access voice mail over the Internet without experiencing the impaired quality associated with digital-to-analog conversions required by legacy messaging systems.

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