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TodWulff
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Post by TodWulff » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:52 pm

I was struggling a bit with my old gray matter not being as nimble & fluid as it used to be (sadly).

This realization predicated that I go find and reacquire some old attrited knowledge, in the form of reference material.

I came across some good references (a.k.a. 'gouge' for some of us military types).

I am writing to make it easy for folks to get their hands on them, should it be of potential value to someone else.

They are attached herein.

Sources:
https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/assets ... erence.pdf
https://www.tek.com/blog/tutorial-digit ... n-r-2r-dac
http://wbrc.in/ham/getting-started-in-e ... ms-iii.pdf (too large to attach)
https://www.zpag.net/Electroniques/Kit/ ... tebook.pdf (too large to attach)
Here is what appears to be a robust piece: The Art of Electronics (too large to attach)
http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/ (<-- A nice library of reference works with an acute slant toward the HAM realm)

I'll work to update this post as I come across more. Until then, take care.

-t
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TodWulff
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Re: Back to Basics

Post by TodWulff » Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:51 am

The R-2R Resistor Ladder DAC works well:

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