How to Pronounce ADC?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ADC" is [ˈadk], [ˈadk], [ˈa_d_k].

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"ADC" in context

An Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) is a device that converts an analog signal into a digital signal. An analog signal is continuous, such as a light, temperature, or sound wave, while a digital signal is discrete and may be represented by a numerical value. ADCs are used in electronics to provide precise conversion of analog signals into digital forms, so that they can be processed by digital systems.

In general, ADC processes involve four steps: sampling, quantization, coding, and analog-to-digital conversion. Sampling is the process of collecting data at a particular rate, such as once per second.


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