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The advent of low-cost integrated electronics and microprocessors has revolutionized instrumentation design The transition from the use of analog, discrete circuits (eg, discrete transistor ampli ers) for signal conditioning to (often digital) integrated circuits and to microprocessor-based instrumentation systems has taken place over a period of two decades, and is now nearly complete, with the exception of very specialized applications (eg, very high frequency or low noise circuits) The aim of this section is to present a summary of some of the signal conditioning and processing functions that are readily available in low-cost integrated circuit form The list is by no means exhaustive, and the reader is referred to the Web sites of the numerous integrated circuit manufacturers for more detailed information The nonelectrical engineer interested in the design of special-purpose instrumentation circuits can bene t from the wealth of information contained in the application notes available from IC manufacturers (often directly downloadable from the Web) You will nd references to some of these resources in the accompanying CD-ROM In the preceding sections of this chapter we have already explored some IC instrumentation elements, namely, instrumentation ampli ers, op-amp active lters, digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converters, sample-and-hold ampli ers, voltage comparators and timing ICs Further, 12 delves into the basic operation of operational ampli ers, and s 13 and 14 contain information on digital logic circuits and microprocessors and microcontrollers In this section we brie y survey a number of common instrumentation applications not yet mentioned in this book, and provide references for some applications that have already been discussed Ampli ers A number of special-purpose IC ampli ers are available to perform a variety of functions Although most of these ampli ers could be realized by using op-amps, these specially designed packages can save much design effort and provide better performance The following list indicates some of the products available from one manufacturer (Analog Devices):
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Instrumentation ampli ers Logarithmic ampli ers RF ampli ers Sample-and-hold, track-and-hold ampli ers Variable-gain ampli ers (Audio) microphone preampli ers (Audio) power ampli ers (Audio) voltage-controlled ampli ers DACs and ADCs Digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converters are also available in a variety of packages intended for general use or tailored to special applications: General-purpose ADCs ( 1 Msample/s) High-speed ADCs (> 1 Msample/s) DACs (Audio) Nyquist DAC (Audio) sigma-delta DAC (Audio) stereo ADC Digital radio ADCs Frequency-to-Voltage, Voltage-to-Frequency Converters and Phase-Locked Loops The need for converting changes in instantaneous frequency to changes in an analog voltage (ie, frequency demodulation) arises frequently in instrumentation applications For example, optical position encoders ( 13) and magnetic position sensors ( 16) represent instantaneous velocity information as a frequency-modulated (FM) signal that can be demodulated by a frequency-tovoltage converter Similarly, it is sometimes useful to encode analog voltage signals in FM form using a voltage-to-frequency converter Phase-locked loops (PLLs) can also be used for FM demodulation, as well as for a number of other related functions, such as tone decoding Other Sensor and Signal Conditioning Circuits Sensor and signal conditioning integrated circuit technology often permits the integration of sensing and signal conditioning on the same integrated circuit In addition, specialized signal conditioning modules enable the design of rather complex instrumentation systems with relatively few IC building blocks The enclosed CD-ROM contains device data sheets and application notes for a number of commercially available IC products, including rms-to-DC converters, Accelerometers and other integrated sensors for industrial and automotive applications, and signal conditioning subsystems The following example, reprinted with permission of Analog Devices, consists of an application note discussing the use of integrated acceleration and tilt sensors in a car anti-theft alarm This is only an example of the wealth of electronic information appended to this book
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