Fast-Settling 12-Bit DAC Provides 40-ns µP Interfacing

AD767 Is Functionally Complete in 0.3" Skinny DIP Package; Includes Latches, D/A Ladder, Reference, Output Amplifier

The Analog Devices AD667 was introduced in 1984 (Analog Dialogue Vol. 18, No. 2) to provide circuit designers with a low-cost, functionally complete 12-bit DAC. Since that time, the clock speeds of microprocessor-based systems have increased considerably, along with the circuit densities. Read full article