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I heard about the SAR ADC Precision Labs from Art Kay on the most recent The Amp Hour podcast. Since the ADC labs don't seem to have their own forum yet, I figured here would be the best place to post. Mods please feel free to move if appropriate.I've watched all the videos and done all the quizzes and spotted some mistakes (or possibly I've failed to understand something, in which case some clarification would be appreciated):
Thanks for putting together such a great set of tutorials. It came at the perfect time as I'm currently designing a SAR ADC system for the first time. I'll be doing the op-amp labs next.
Cheers,IainP.S. The link on the op-amps labs homepage to this forum is broken.
Art Kay Senior Applications Engineer High Performance Linear
In reply to Art Kay:
FYI. The updates have been made to PLABS. Also, some new content is coming soon. Thanks again for helping us improve the content.
Thanks again for putting together such a greatset of tutorials. I'll keep an eye out for the new content.
I've had the PCB I'm designing back from the board house and my ADC+FE worked pretty much first time so the tutorials definitely helped!Cheers,
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