A chip that converts analog signals into a sucession of digitial numbers. In constant time intervals the current analog value is acquired and put out as a digital number.
A circuit for demodulation of phase-modulated signals.
Transmission system for digital broadcasting.
Fast method to calculate a spectrum.
Programmable logic chip for the implementation of simple logic circuits as well as complicated processing and even complete CPUs.
An analog signal of limited bandwidth can be recovered from discreet samples if the sample rate is at least twice the bandwidth of the signal.
A kind of extreme programming where simplicity of program logic is achieved through consistent minimzation of code-entropy.
A control loop in which a local oscillator is adjusted to a reference oscillator in frequency and phase.
Digital modulation process that codes two bits each to four possible phases.
Classic rule of three in research and development.
Physical phenomenon in which the electric resistivity of matter disappears.
Well-known superconductor - starts superconduction at 93 K.