Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) Controls Waveforms in Test, Measurement, and Communications

Direct Digital Synthesizers can generate frequencies from a few hertz to greater than 400 MHz with less than 1 degree phase resolution. They can quickly hop from one frequency to another—in a phase-continuous manner—without settling anomalies. DDS-based waveform generation is used to locate resonant frequencies in industrial applications and as agile frequency sources in RF communication systems.

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