Message from discussion Eval Board with SAR ADC
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From: Randy Yates <ya...@digitalsignallabs.com>
Subject: Re: Eval Board with SAR ADC
Organization: Digital Signal Labs
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2012 15:37:36 -0400
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"Thomas6666" <61878@dsprelated> writes:
> Hello everyone,
> it's been a while ago since someone asked here for an DSP eval board (for
> audio processing) that's got a SAR analog-digital converter.
> Theoretical it should be possible to reach very low delay between an audio
> input and the output after processing by a DSP.
> Does anyone know a device with a fast SAR ADC (that could be used for audio
> processing)? A board with suiting anti-aliasing filters, floating point DSP
> and fast DAC would be perfect.
> Have you got an idea, what the minimum expected delay could be?
If you're concerned about delay in conversion, why not consider flash
converters? I don't know of a lot of successive-approximation converters
still in use.
And if you're using it for audio processing, why do you care so much
Digital Signal Labs