“Position-Weighting” Analog-to-Digital Converters for Pulse Amplitude Analysis
The development of multivariate analysis techniques has necessitated the design of a standard subsystem for the conversion of test pulse amplitudes into discrete digital form suitable for computer processing. The converter must have a channel width error on the order of 10−2 for 100- to 500-channel systems and a response on the order of a few microseconds.
KeywordsOutput Voltage Channel Width Order Number Multivariate Analysis Technique Transistor Gate
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