Data Buffering’s Role Grows

Data buffering is gaining ground as a way to speed up the processing of increasingly large quantities of data. In simple terms, a data buffer is an area of physical [getkc id="22" kc_name="memory"] storage that temporarily stores data while it is being moved from one place to another. This becomes increasingly necessary in data centers, autonomous vehicles, and for [getkc id="305" kc_name=... » read more

DSP-Based Testing

ADC and DAC are the most typical mixed signal devices. In mixed signal testing, analog stimulus signal for an ADC is generated by an arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) which employs a D/A converter inside, and an analog signal out of a DAC is measured by a digitizer or a sampler which employs an A/D converter inside. The stimulus signals for these devices are created using mathematical method, ... » read more