Here’s a two-part series about how to roll your own A/D converter out of nothing more than an FPGA and a bunch of resistors.

Part I: theory
Part II: implementation

Reference materials:

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  1. […] Any tinkerer knows that A/D (Analog to Digital) converters are the heart of many of their projects, especially if said project involves sensors.  Here is a great article about rolling your own using an FPGA.  Even if you never need to do it yourself there is a lot of interesting theory in there.  Well worth the read.http://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?page_id=21 […]

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