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Referring to the diagram here, what is the rms noise generated by a 10 kΩ resistor at room temperature (20°C) over an equivalent noise bandwidth of 20 kHz? And having a 24-bit audio ADC with an input span of 2.5 V—how many flickering bits would we get with this VNOISE?
Analog Device Active Learning Modules give students the hands-on tools needed to take charge of their education. These are low-cost hardware platforms that work with accompanying software packages and labs/ teaching materials to discovers and learn about electronics.
The Analog Parts Kit contains a large selection of components perfect for creating a wide variety of useful analog circuits and devices. This parts kit works in conjunction with the Active Learning Modules and lab/coursework.
Welcome to the Virtual Classroom for the Analog Devices University Program. It is designed to help and guide you in your learning experience. You can use it to post questions that you might have concerning the course materials and/or technical exercises relating to the ADI University Active Learning modules.
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Analog Devices' Engineering University Program provides engineering students and professors with an affordable portable analog design kit that will enhance engineering students' educational experience by allowing them to experiment quickly and easily with advanced technologies and build and test real-world, functional analog design circuits anytime and anywhere.
Since ADI was founded, its focus has been to solve the engineering challenges associated with signal processing in electronic equipment. ADI’s products convert real-world phenomena such as temperature, motion, pressure, light and sound into electrical signals to be used in a wide array of applications.