An analog-to-digital converter (ADC) is
|“||a hardware device which allows a digital computer to use analog input, usually the output of laboratory instruments. It converts the analog signal to a digital signal.||”|
|“||[an i]nput related device which translate[s] an input device's sensor analog signals to the corresponding digital signals needed by the computer.||”|
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