How to select the right analog peripherals for a microcontroller

By: Ben Smith

Abstract: The real world is full of continuously variable temperatures, pressures, voltages, and currents. For a microcontroller to be truly useful, it must be able to interact with the real world and its continuously variable, or analog, signals. This presentation reviews the functions of some analog peripherals commonly found in a microcontroller. The tutorial also examines the peripherals' parameters that must be matched to the capabilities of the microcontroller.

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