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Why averagers rock?

The graph speaks for itself. Our latest 8-bit 4Gs/s data converter which can be ordered with an averager FDK option definitely shows a better SNR in comparison to his older counterpart the U1082A and U1081A. 

See the effect of averager used in the on-board processing of the U1084A on SNR

Please be aware of the following regarding the measurements that were done here: This graph represents nominal values as defined below. The SNR is not characterized.  

Specifications describe the warranted performance of calibrated instruments that have been stored for a minimum of 2 hours within the operating temperature range of 0 to 50 °C, unless otherwise stated, and after a 45 minute warm-up period. Data represented in this document are specifications unless otherwise noted.

Characteristics describe product performance that is useful in the application of the product, but that is not covered by the product warranty. Characteristics are often referred to as Typical or Nominal values.

Typical describes characteristic performance, which 80% of instruments will meet when operated over a 20 to 30 °C temperature range. Typical performance is not warranted.

Nominal describes representative performance that is useful in the application of the product when operated over a 20 to 30 °C temperature range. Nominal performance is not warranted.

 Further explanation of Agilent metrology and the correct term to use when providing numbers can be found here.







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Benedetta is a PR & Web Editor. She is the key player behind the blog High-Speed ADC, willing to know more about the people behind the products. She holds a Bachelor in Languages and a Master in International Marketing.

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