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Renesas Technology Corp
ADC1002S020 Datasheet pdf image
Single 10 bits ADC, up to 20 MHz
2 July 2012
ADC1005S060 Datasheet pdf image
Single 10 bits ADC, up to 60 MHz
2 July 2012
ADC0801S040 Datasheet pdf image
Single 8 bits ADC, up to 40 MHz
2 July 2012
DAC1403D160 Datasheet pdf image
Dual 14 bits DAC, up to 160 MHz, 2 x interpolating
2 July 2012
DAC1003D160 Datasheet pdf image
Dual 10 bits DAC, up to 160 MHz, 2 x interpolation
2 July 2012
DAC1203D160 Datasheet pdf image
Dual 12 bits DAC, up to 160 MHz, 2 x interpolating
2 July 2012
ADC1006S055 Datasheet pdf image
Single 10 bits ADC, up to 55 MHz or 70 MHz
2 July 2012
ADC0804S030 Datasheet pdf image
Single 8 bits ADC, up to 30 MHz, 40 MHz or 50 MHz
July 2012
ADC1004S030 Datasheet pdf image
Single 10 bits ADC, up to 30 MHz, 40 MHz or 50 MHz
2 July 2012
ADC1206S040 Datasheet pdf image
Single 12 bits ADC, up to 40 MHz, 55 MHz or 70 MHz
2 July 2012
ADC1207S080 Datasheet pdf image
Single 12 bits ADC, up to 80 MHz with direct/ultra high IF sampling
2 July 2012
ADC1003S030 Datasheet pdf image
Single 10 bits ADC, up to 30 MHz, 40 MHz or 50 MHz, with voltage regulator
2 July 2012



What is BITS

In electronic components, BITS is a term that has several meanings.

Most commonly used as an acronym for Binary digITs, it represents the smallest unit of information in computer science or digital communications. Each bit can have a value of 0 or 1.

BITS can also be used to mean:

Binary Unit: BITS is the smallest unit used to represent digital information.

In a computer, all kinds of information, such as data, instructions, images, and music, are represented by BITS. 8 BITS are gathered to form 1 byte.

Bit rate: BITS is also used in digital communications as a unit of data transmission rate.

In telecommunications systems, the number of bits transmitted per second is expressed as BITS per second (BPS), or more commonly bps. For example, 1 Mbps (Megabits per second) represents the transfer rate of one million bits in one second.

Universal Test System: BITS can also be used as an abbreviation for Built-In Test System.

This refers to a built-in self-test system for testing and diagnosing electronic systems. It is used to evaluate the reliability and performance of electronic components or devices.

*This information is for general informational purposes only, we will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by the above information.

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