Electronics - Analog and Digital Converters - Discussion

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Which of the following is a type of error associated with digital-to-analog converters (DACs)?

[A]. nonmonotonic error
[B]. incorrect output codes
[C]. offset error
[D]. nonmonotonic and offset error

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

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Beer Md said: (Oct 26, 2010)  
How it is explain me with some real time eg..

Vamsi said: (Dec 11, 2010)  
Why it is currect answer?

Velmani said: (Mar 13, 2011)  
Could you explain me ?

Sagar said: (Jun 3, 2011)  
Can you tell its explanation.

Subir said: (Sep 3, 2011)  
Explain please.

Kiran Inc said: (Sep 5, 2011)  
Even no input given to a converter produces some smaller output called offset error.

Hari said: (Sep 8, 2011)  
Nonmonotonic error means. ?

Ec Engineer said: (Oct 10, 2011)  
A DAC is monotonic if the analog output always increases as the DAC-code input increases.

Sometimes Analog output doesn't increases with increase in Digital input, this is called Non-monotonic error.

Prasanna said: (Jun 16, 2013)  
Whenever there is no increase in analog output with the increase in digital input it is called as "non-monotonic error".

When no signal is given to the input and still there is some amount of digital output appears at the output of DAC is called as "offset Error".

Kailas Arbat said: (Jan 19, 2016)  
The Analog output doesn't increases with increase in Digital input, this is called Non-monotonic error.

Sanjay said: (Feb 22, 2017)  
Thanks for the given explanation.

Anbarasi said: (Aug 4, 2017)  
Thanks for the given explanations.

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