Questions tagged [digital-analog-conversion]

Digital-to-analog conversion is a process in which signals having a few (usually two) defined levels or states (digital) are converted into signals having a theoretically infinite number of states (analog).

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Connecting Arduino Due's DAC output to pc sound card with protection

I would like to connect the DAC outputs of my arduino board to my pc sound card input so that I can use my sounds card as an osciloscope. I have two questions: 1- if I don't use an amplifier, how ...
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Operating AD5780 EVAL Board Via MicroController

OK, so thanks in advance because I am new here. I am reading the AD57XX drivers here https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/uc-drivers/renesas/ad5780 and am struggling to understand how to ...
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Arduino Due DAC pins with 0V

I know the DACs on the Arduino Due only allow for a range of output voltages from 1/6*Vdd to 5/6*Vdd (see here). This suits my needs, for the most part. My question is if it is possible to have 0V on ...
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analogWrite(DAC0, X), Analog voltage on DAC0 pin is higher for lower X value - is this normal?

I am using an Arduino DUE. Using the analogWrite(DAC0, X) command I am writing an analog value to this pin. X = 0 - 255 as I understand it. I am observing that when X is lower, the voltage on DAC0 ...