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Digital 4-bit counter and DAC

Digital 4-bit counter and DAC PUBLIC

A four-bit digital counter is implemented with discrete digital logic and registers. Those four bits are fed into an op-amp based digital-to-analog converter (DAC).

by CircuitLab | updated June 07, 2017

dac   digital   op-amp  

R-2R - DAC v2

R-2R - DAC v2 PUBLIC

by captain_bibo | updated September 21, 2013

dac   resistor-ladder  

DAC - Primitive version

DAC - Primitive version PUBLIC

by captain_bibo | updated September 21, 2013

dac  

R2R

R2R PUBLIC

by yyzjim | updated March 06, 2013

dac  

Arduino DUE

Arduino DUE PUBLIC

A detailed layout of the new Arduino Uno made entirely of box pieces; includes all pins as well as both USB ports and DC input jack.

by titous | updated December 24, 2012

analog   arduino   communication   dac   dc   digital   due   pwm   usb  

DAC R-2R

DAC R-2R PUBLIC

Classic Ladder R-2R schematics.

by columbaprof | updated May 24, 2012

dac   ladder   r-2r  

Digital counter

Digital counter PUBLIC

by mrobbins | updated November 13, 2011

dac   digital   op-amp  

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