Details the operational characteristics of these data communications devices, how to use them effectively and the available features which can be used to assist in the acquisition process. Covers the four fundamental types of multiplexers focusing on the statistical and T1 variety. Provides readers with insight into an understanding of when and when not to use multiplexers.The transimpedence amplifier is a low-noise, current-to-voltage converter while the analog gain element increases the voltage gain from the preceding ... The differential comparator converts the analog signal into digital form by interpreting signals below a certain threshold as a a#39;0a#39; and above that ... The multiport optical modem permits conventional electronic bit streams from up to four data sourcesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The multiplexer reference manual|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1992|